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Crossroads

by Tim Coffman

Straight ahead jazz sextet lead by trombonist Tim Coffman featuring the music of Joe Henderson, Wayne Shorter, Tom Harrell and others, with Scott Wendholt, Mark Colby, Kelly Sill, Bob Rummage and Mike Kocour.
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. Yes Or No
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2. Sail Away
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3. Step Lightly
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4. Crossroads
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5. My Old Flame
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6. Summer In Central Park
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7. Sky Dive
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8. Lament
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9. Caravan
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Tim Coffman is one of the most active trombonists and teachers in the Chicago area. A graduate of the prestigious Jazz Studies program at Indiana University, Mr. Coffman worked closely with David Baker. He was awarded the Performer’s Certificate after his Senior Recital.

Mr. Coffman is in demand for studio and show work and has performed with Frank Sinatra, Frank Sinatra, Jr., Andy Williams, Natalie Cole, Lou Rawls, The Tempatations, Louie Bellson, The Woody Herman Orchestra, Frank Wess, Bassist Ron Carter, Johnny Griffin, Kurt Elling, Von Freeman, Tito Puente, Arturo Sanduval, Tom Harrell, Johnny Mathis, Paul Anka, Al Jarreau, Henry Mancini, Stevie Wonder, Diane Schur, Jimmy Heath, Randy Brecker, Benny Golson, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Joe Lovano, Lennie Niehaus, Slide Hampton and many others. He performed in the pit for the world premiere of “The Producers” and also performed with the Chicago Symphony playing Lead Trombone in the Duke Ellington “Nutcracker.” He also performed on the recording of “Porgy and Bess” featuring Clark Terry and the Chicago Jazz Orchestra. This recording was nominated for Jazz Album of the Year by the Jazz Journalists Association.

Mr. Coffman is currently on the Jazz Studies faculty at DePaul University. There he teaches Jazz Trombone, Jazz Improvisation, Jazz History, Low Brass Techniques and coaches Jazz Combos. Before teaching at DePaul, he taught at New Trier High School as the Trombone instructor and directed several Jazz Improvisation classes from 1990-2001. In addition to his duties at DePaul, he is currently directing Jazz Ensemble lll at Oak Park-River Forest HS. He is a regular member of the Rob Parton Jazz Tech Big Band and the Chicago Jazz Ensemble lead by Jon Faddis. He also frequently performs with the Chicago Jazz Orchestra.

Mr. Coffman is a Conn/Selmer artist/clinician and has performed/adjudicated at various high schools, Jazz Festivals and Universities including: Evanston HS, Rolling Meadows HS, Mundelein HS, Oak Park-River Forest HS, Wheeling HS, Purdue University, Furman University, The University of Wisconsin-River Falls, The University of New Mexico and many others. He recently completed his first recording entitled "Crossroads", available on the Blujazz label. In the summer, he teaches at the Jamey Aebersold Jazz Camp at the University of Louisville, and also at the Midwest Young Artists Jazz Camp in Lake Forest, IL. Mr. Coffman just returned from Sardegna, Italy where he performed and taught with members of the Chicago Jazz Ensemble at the Sant' Anna Arresi Jazz Festival. Mr. Coffman is married to Becky and has two children, Daniel and Sarah.

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