Warren Vaché

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born on 21/2/1951 in Rahway, NJ, United States

Warren Vache

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Warren Vaché (born February 21, 1951) is a jazz trumpeter, cornetist, and flugelhornist born in Rahway, New Jersey. He came from a musical family as his father was a bassist. In 1976 he released his first album.[1] He has often worked with Scott Hamilton and has some popularity among swing audiences.[2]

Warren Vaché's father is Warren Vaché Sr., who was a jazz double-bassist.


As leader

As sideman

With Howard Alden

  • The Howard Alden Trio Plus Special Guests Ken Peplowski & Warren Vache (Concord, 1989)
  • I Remember Django (Arbors, 2010)

With Benny Goodman

  • Live at Carnegie Hall 40th Anniversary Concert (London, 1978)

With Bucky Pizzarelli

  • Five for Freddie (Arbors, 2007)

With George Shearing

  • George Shearing in Dixieland (Concord, 1989)

With George Wein

  • Wein, Women and Song and More, George Wein Plays and Sings (Arbors)


  1. ^ Down Beat Artists Profile
  2. ^ All Music
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