Tony Lujan
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"Pleasure to meet you Tony!"
May 5, 2011
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"Thanks for your friendship, Tony! P"
May 2, 2011
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"        HI, DEAR TONY, WHEN I ENTER IN YOUR PAGE, I FALL IN LOVE WITH LATIN JAZZ...DIZZY GILLESPIE IS A GREAT JAZZ INSPIRATION. YOU KNOW, I SHOW IN BRAZIL TWO HOURS WEEK IN BRAZILIAN FM STATION. IS NOT A FULL TIME…"
Apr 28, 2011
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Tony Lujan Quintet

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Featuring Kei Akagi Piano, Derick Oles Bass, Jimmy Paxson Drums, Benn Clatworthy Tenor and Tony Lujan Trumpet and Flughelhorn
Mar 28, 2011
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"Great to have you as my Friend, Please stay in contact! I love Paris,  France in General!!!  Tony Lujan"
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Tony Lujan Big Band "Raw Silk"

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Featuring, Greg Gizbert, Geoff Vidal and Alex domschot... Trumptes, Greg Gizbert, Frank Greene, Michael Rodriguez and Freddie Hendriks T-bones, Alex Asher, Stafford Hunter, Jason Jackson and Mark Patterson Saxes, Geoff Vidal Nick Vadim, Sharel…
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"Bruce, Thank you for your kind words! Tony Lujan"
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Tony Lujan Septet: Manahttan Swing by Tony Lujan

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Oct 4, 2010
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"OMG, who died! Your son is 15 wow! my Tiana is 19 and the twins are 15! I'm getting older and Older! I'll call to catch up! How are things in LA? I hear they are screwed up! This economy is killing everything. I'm fine thanks to…"
Aug 23, 2010
Tony Lujan left a comment for Lisa Nobumoto
"Great to see you here and to connect with you again! Lets play and record together! Hope all is cool for you!\You sound GREAT!!!!!!! Tony Lujan"
Aug 21, 2010
Mark Weinstein left a comment for Tony Lujan
"Thanks for being on touch. I hope all is well. The music sounds great, Mark"
Jul 26, 2010
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"Mark, Great to see you on this site! Long time no see! Hope to play together soon! Be Cool Tony Lujan"
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"Ron, Great music!!!!!!! Tony Lujan"
Jul 1, 2010

Profile Information

Where are you located?
Cape Cod
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Musical Artist, Producer, Promoter, Record Label, Publisher, Educator, Clinician, Music Director, Arranger, Composer, Jazz Presenter, Recording Engineer, Sound - Lighting - Staging, Recording Studio, Jazz Historian
Tell us a little about your background...
http://www.reverbnation.com/tunepak/2622020




I. BACKGROUND

Born in Albuquerque New Mexico in 1956, Tony began playing trumpet at the age of
ten. He studied privately with Kenny Anderson in Junior High School, Fenton Katz and
Ed Wolfe in High School, and Sam Trimble at N.M.S.U. He participated in solo and
ensemble competition, All State and Albuquerque Youth Symphony. After hearing the
legendary master trumpet player Clark Terry at his music clinic, Tony knew he wanted
to be a jazz musician. Upon recognizing his incredible musical gift, Terry took the young
Lujan under his tutelage and guided his career towards success. He also studied
privately with Woody Shaw. Cat Anderson, Freddie Hubbard, and Carl
Saunders.

Ambar Lynn, Tiana Michelle, Mitchell Blake, and Miles Christopher are his four children.

II. EDUCATION

New Mexico State University 1975-1977
University of New Mexico 1977-1978
University of Las Vegas 1978-1980

III. PERFORMANCES

Tony has performed live with the big bands of Gerald Wilson, Bill Holman, Clark Terry,
Ray Charles, Peter Herbolzheimer, and Bobby Burgess. Also with Frank Sinatra, Tony
Bennett. Robert Goulet, Wayne Newton, Debbie Reynolds. Bob Hope, and Louis
Miguel. Other notable artists and entertainers he has performed with include Aretha
Franklin, Tito Puente. Eddie Palmieri, Steve Turre Shell Choir, Francisco Aguabella.
Pancho Sanchez, Walter Norris, The Garcia Bros., Louis Bonilla, William Cepeda,
Henry Franklyn, and Batacumbele.

Tony has played lead trumpet in the national tours of musicals such A Chorus Line,
Sweet Charity, 42nd Street, The Most Fellow, and West Side Story.

Additionally, Tony has given instruction at private clinics and schools such as the
University of New Mexico, University of Texas at El Paso, Universidad de Mexico, the
Royal Academy of Music, the Sherborne School of Music in England, Bundess Jazz
Orchestra in Germany, and Taller De Music of Barcelona, Spain. He also taught at the
University of Southern California, California State University at Los Angeles, the D***
Grove School of Music, Cat Arts, University of New Hampshire.

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How did you hear about the Jazz Network? Please give full name of contact
Frank Pienero
What Instrument do you play?
Piano, Percussion, Trumpet
What is your website address? Only websites that pertain to your business and how you can be contacted.
http://www.tonylujan.com

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At 8:00pm on May 5, 2011, Manee Valentine said…
Pleasure to meet you Tony!
At 6:51am on May 2, 2011, Petra Caramela said…
Thanks for your friendship, Tony! P
At 3:35pm on April 28, 2011, EDSON LUIZ KRUG said…
        HI, DEAR TONY, WHEN I ENTER IN YOUR PAGE, I FALL IN LOVE WITH LATIN JAZZ...DIZZY GILLESPIE IS A GREAT JAZZ INSPIRATION. YOU KNOW, I SHOW IN BRAZIL TWO HOURS WEEK IN BRAZILIAN FM STATION. IS NOT A FULL TIME JAZZ PROGRAMATION, IS ONLY TWO HOURS JAZZ WEEK, UNHAPPILY.I DO MY BEST TO INTRODUCE JAZZ IN BRAZIL. IF YOU WANT SUPPORT ME SEND A CD-PROMOTE TO PLAY AT STATION, MY LISTENERS WILL BE HAPPY. REGARDS. EDSON. LUIZKRUG@BOL.COM.BR
At 9:00am on January 10, 2011, Petra Caramela said…


At 4:27pm on August 23, 2010, Lisa Nobumoto said…
Everything is very cool! I did write and record a song "Adore" on Norman Connors CD called "Star Power" check it out! (Google) I'm so happy you are doing okay and life is still in music! i would love to record with you...we'll figure it out down the line...Let me know what you are doing here and there...our son is 15....haven't seen you George died...how weird-time flies! Anyway, please keep in touch, and give a listen to that track and tell me what you think??? Always, Lisa Nobumoto *(310) 4379-9115
At 7:12am on August 23, 2010, Antonio Adolfo said…
My pleasure, Tony. Your music sounds great!!!
Antonio Adolfo
At 1:02pm on July 26, 2010, Mark Weinstein said…
Thanks for being on touch. I hope all is well. The music sounds great, Mark
At 11:33am on July 6, 2010, Pamela G Webb said…
Hey Tony; The guy on Trumpet on my album is Andrew Howard. Keep the groove going! Sounds really good!
At 10:27am on June 21, 2010, scott gold said…
Groovy Tony ! Cool to hook up with you here.Hopefully we will get a chance to work together... All the best !
At 7:13am on June 20, 2010, Malcolm Griffith said…
In time we will hit together, You have a great tone Tony.
 
 
 

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