b. 1964, Birmingham, Western Midlands, England. Motivated into music by his Jamaican-born parents and by his trombonist sibling, Winston Rollins, Dennis also used the trombone. Although his early hearing was funk, by his early teenagers he was hearing and playing jazz. As he created his own design, both forms came collectively and coalesced inside a distinctively fascinating and earthy way. His main jazz trombone affects had been Fred Wesley and J.J. Johnson, although he also taken notice of the playing of Robin Eubanks, Frank Rosolino and Steve Turre. Oddly enough, all the players cited possess very different and incredibly distinct noises and designs, doubtless adding to his advancement as an extremely unique stylist in his personal right. Rollins went to the college program of Doncaster Youngsters Jazz Association, the brainchild of John S.M. Ellis MBE, who presented him as soloist using the Doncaster Youngsters Jazz Orchestra. Later on, Rollins used the National Youngsters Jazz Orchestra as well as the Jazz Warriors under Courtney Pine. Thereafter, he was in very much demand, playing in a variety of bands like the funk fusion groupings Us3, Jamiroquai, and COMPLETELY NEW Heavies, with whom he toured the united states. In the middle-90s, Rollins shaped his own music group, Dee Roe, a jazz funk fusion group, but disbanded in 1997. In 2000, he shaped the six-piece BadBone And Co, showing up in concert and in addition producing his first record (having released an EP, Crazy & Free of charge, that same season). Furthermore to playing trombone, Rollins can be developing as an experienced composer and arranger. Furthermore to Pine and the newest Heavies, Rollins provides recorded with other market leaders, including Cleveland Watkiss, Jazz Jamaica, Prince Buster, Eric Benet, and Beverley Knight. Rollins is certainly a captivating and thrilling player with complete order of his device. Clearly he’s already a significant voice on the united kingdom jazz and funk moments and his trips to the united states are increasing his viewers internationally.