Although Bob Burnet hardly ever became famous himself, he was well included as the trumpet soloist using the Charlie Barnet Orchestra throughout a period when Barnet was needs to produce it big. Burnet started on drums when he was five and afterwards performed piano and banjo. At college at one stage he exchanged a classmate his watch out for a trumpet and quickly learned the device. He examined at Yale, performed for a while in hotel rings in Bermuda, was with Eddie Neibauer’s Orchestra in Chicago, and joined up with Barnet’s up-and-coming orchestra. Burnet could be noticed on such recordings as “Cherokee,” “Redskin Rhumba,” and “THE PROPER Idea,” among numerous others, and was Barnet’s best sideman through the period. After departing the music group, he led a short-lived interracial sextet at Café Culture and Nick’s. Burnet rejoined Barnet for element of 1941-1942 but was hardly ever once again a full-time musician after he departed the next time. He offered in the Military during World Battle II, proved helpful in the consumer electronics field following the battle, documented with Freddie Wacker’s Windy Town Six in 1957 (for the small Dolphin label), and transferred to Mexico in 1958. In old age, Bob Burnet occasionally performed flute with an area symphony orchestra.