The Tennessee Tech Jazz Ensembles will perform a concert with special guest Bill Huber on trombone Thursday, Nov. 16 at 7:30 p.m. in Wattenbarger Auditorium of the Bryan Fine Arts Building.
The groups will play a wide variety of jazz, rock and Latin music.
Trombonist Bill Huber has recorded with or backed-up a variety of recording artists, such as Henry Mancini, Natalie Cole, Toni Tenille, James Brown, Ed Shaughnessy, Butch Miles, Slide Hampton, Bill Watrous, Floyd Cramer, Boots Randolph, Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass, Mr. Jack Daniel's Original Silver Cornet Band, Bob Seeger, Delbert McClinton (Grammy nominated), Keith Urban, The Nashville Jazz Orchestra, the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra, The Temptations, O'Jays, Fifth Dimension, Four Tops, Mannheim Steamroller, Lou Rawls, Lynn Anderson, and Kenny Rogers, and has performed at the Grand Ole Opry. He is currently a freelance trombonist in Nashville.
Huber is a sought-after clinician and has taught at numerous universities including Cumberland University and Trevecca Nazarene. He has been artist in residence at Blair School of Music and has taught at summer jazz camps at the University of North Alabama, and clinics and master classes from Minnesota to Florida.
The concert is free and open to the public. It is a Center Stage event made possible by the university’s general education fund.The Bryan Fine Arts Building is located at 1150 N. Dixie Avenue in Cookeville.