Michael Davis

born in in San José, CA, United States

Michael Davis (trombonist)

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Michael Davis (born August 13, 1961 in San Francisco, California) is a jazz trombonist from San Jose, California.

He studied at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York.

Davis has worked with famous singers and bands, for example The Rolling Stones,[1] Bob Dylan and Michael Jackson. Nowadays he gives music clinics all over the world and writes music etude books for brass instruments. He is also a music entrepreneur.[2]


  • "Like Humans Do" single
  • Sidewalk Cafe (1989)
  • Heroes (1991)
  • Midnight Crossing (1994)
  • Absolute Trombone (1997)
  • Bonetown (1999)
  • New Brass
  • Brass Nation (2000)
  • Look into the Eyeball by David Byrne (2001)
  • Trumpets Eleven (2003)
  • Absolute Trombone II (2007)


  1. Astarita, Glenn (May 3, 2004). May 2004. All About Jazz. Retrieved on 30 January 2011.
  2. Biography, pdf file

External links

  • Hip-bonemusic
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