Clint Sharman

Clint Sharman

Clint Sharman
Jazz Studies - Trombone

Clint Sharman

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Trombonist Clint Sharman began his professional career in Pennsylvania playing with many orchestras and bands in the Harrisburg and Reading areas and served as principal trombone with the Harrisburg (PA) Symphony for three years.

After moving to New York City, Clint joined the popular group, The Bee Gees, and later joined as soloist with the Buddy Rich Big Band. He has since performed, toured, or recorded with Louis Bellson's Big Band, and such stars as Liza Minnelli, Frank Sinatra, Barbara Streisand, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughn, Sammy Davis, Jr., Charles Aznavour, Michael Jackson, Natalie Cole, Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga, the Motown hit machine The Funk Brothers, and many others. His career has extended from New York to Philadelphia and Atlantic City, and he has toured over 30 countries throughout the world.

Clint has also performed on many Broadway musicals including “The Rink”, “Grind”, "Chess”, "Bells Are Ringing”, "Miss Saigon”, "Fosse”, "Chicago”, "The Apple Tree”, "The Boy From Oz”, "Irving Berlin's White Christmas”, "Come Fly Away”, “Honeymoon in Vegas”, “A Bronx Tale” and many others. Currently, he may be found playing the Broadway musical "Wicked" at the Gershwin Theatre in NYC. He appeared on the 2004 Tony Awards show, "One Night Only”, with Hugh Jackman.

As a recording artist, he has played on countless albums, CD's, and radio and TV jingles.