Trombonist Curtis Fowlkes offers performed on a large number of albums because the early ’90s, maintaining a diverse profession that spans jazz and rock and roll music. Furthermore to co-founding the Jazz People, he is a person in the Lounge Lizards, Costs Frisell’s quartet, as well as the Kansas Town All-Stars; the latter emerged jointly for Robert Altman’s film Kansas Town and were left with two CDs along with a month-long tour. Fowlkes also toured with Charlie Haden’s reunited Liberation Orchestra in 1996, and with the Ellington Orchestra led by Louie Bellson. Various other collaborators include performers like downtown New Yorkers John Zorn and Marc Ribot; comedian Harry Shearer; and rock and roll serves including Sheryl Crow, Jeb Loy Nichols, and Cibo Matto. Fowlkes’ debut being a head emerged in 1999 using the discharge of Think about Knitting Factory Information.
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|Begin Again||2013/II||musician: on camera|
|Undefeated||2003||TV Movie musician|
|The Whole Shebang||2001||musician: trombone|
|Down by Law||1986||musician: trombone|
|Begin Again||2013/II||On Camera Musician|
|Kansas City||1996||Hey-Hey Club Musician: Trombone|
|Finding Forrester||2000||writer: "Coffaro's Theme"|
|Frontline||1999||TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode|
|Play Normally!||2008||Video documentary producer|
|Play Normally!||2008||Video documentary||Himself|
|Live from the Knitting Factory||1999||TV Series||Himself|
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