Murray McEachern was renowned for the stunning tones that he previously on his two musical instruments of preference: trombone and alto. McEachern in fact began on violin when he was five before learning many brass and woodwind musical instruments while in senior high school. He was an all natural musician who created quickly, and he was in regional orchestras while still an adolescent; he may possibly also play trumpet, tenor, tuba and bass. McEachern performed trombone with Benny Goodman’s big music group from 1936-37, and performed both trombone and alto — a unique double — using the Casa Loma Orchestra from 1937-41. A short stint with Paul Whiteman preceded his proceed to LA, where McEachern became a significantly in-demand studio room musician for many years, showing up on many film soundtracks. He surfaced through the studios occasionally, using Harry Adam in 1943, leading his very own part-time orchestra, gigging with Bob Crosby, executing on the tv screen series Pete Kelly’s Blues in the past due ’50s and using Duke Ellington in 1973. McEachern led the Tommy Dorsey ghost music group from 1974-76 and, when the Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey rings had been mixed, he might have loaded in ably for both brothers.