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Bob Leatherbarrow

This longtime LA session musician spent some time working with Peggy Lee, Natalie Cole, Rosemary Clooney and Ernie Watts. Leatherbarrow could very well be most widely known for his are drummer for jazz story Expenses Holman. Having toured all over the world and performed at practically all main jazz celebrations, Leatherbarrow released his debut single recording in March of 1999. Entitled Bumpin’ In The Cellar and on Chartmaker Music, the recording contained a variety of golf swing and waltz figures. It also made an appearance at the top 20 jazz graphs.

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