When Richie Rosenberg first picked up the trombone in his hometown of Philadelphia, he could never have imagined the musical journey on which his horn would take him. Almost 30 years ago Richie brought his trombone, voice, contagious laugh and personality to Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, a band he still performs with to this date. It has been with his own band, LaBamba and the Hubcaps, that Richie's been able to display his talents in the concert field and private sector. When he brings together the Hubcaps or his Big Band with all 18 pieces of soul, big band standards and contemporary classics take on a new, wondrous life. A further measure of his versatility is revealed in other performance venues. Richie is no stranger to being at the ready for benefits, and was called on by Jon Bon Jovi for the Special Olympics' "Very Special Christmas" television special. This semi-annual event hosted by President and Mrs.
He is a former member of the house band on Conan O'Brien 's late-night talk shows. Rosenberg became a trombonist when his junior high instrumental director, Leroy Evans, lent him a trombone to practice with over a summer break. Evans, concerned about a shrinking brass section due to graduating students, told Rosenberg to learn how to play and to come see him in the fall when school resumed. Rosenberg attributes "it all" to Evans. His senior year in high school, he and the saxophonist in jazz band both made first chair in the Philadelphia All City Jazz band. Johnson , Otis Redding , and Teddy Pendergrass.
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