b. 10 June 1970, Philadelphia, Pa, USA, d. 28 Dec 2013, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Having noticed music from an extremely early age group, Burno had determined upon a musical profession before attending college, and by enough time he reached 16 was playing bass. Although acquiring notice of varied well-known musical forms, he focused on jazz and in 1989 used Donald Harrison. The next year, after dealing with Jesse Davis, he shifted to NY, where he joined up with the trio associated Betty Carter. After nearly 18 months using the vocalist he started freelancing, using several distinguished music artists, included in this Roy Haynes, Joe Henderson, Benny Golson, Herbie Hancock and Wynton Marsalis. Concurrently, he also caused his own little groups. During this time period, the first 90s, Burno started extending his musical wings like a composer. His playing design shown his deep knowing of many types of post-Charlie ‘Parrot’ Parker jazz and specifically he drew motivation from bass experts Oscar Pettiford, Sam Jones, Ron Carter and Buster Williams. Burno also documented with Ingrid Jensen on Right here ON THE PLANET, and on Dena DeRose’s Another Globe. Still located in New York in the beginning of the fresh millennium, he frequently led a quintet that presented, at various instances, contemporaries such as for example Renato Chicco, Joe Farnsworth, Steve Nelson, Steve Wilson and Sheryl Bailey. His selection of music artists for his music group, Burno announced, drew him to those that ‘have a determination and openness which allows them to take care of any musical problem’. Burno was identified as having kidney disease in 2004 and underwent a kidney transplant this year 2010 but, after fighting the disease for a long time, he passed away on 28 Dec 2013 of them costing only 43 years.
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