Perhaps one of the most successful and well-known jazz bassists of his era, Robert “Bob” Hurst is most beneficial recognized for his use Branford and Wynton Marsalis, in addition to his time using the Tonight Present Band. Blessed in Detroit, Hurst initial started playing skillfully with regional Detroit music artists including trumpeter Marcus Belgrave, who employed the bassist at age group 15. Hurst produced his saving debut in 1985 using the self-titled discharge in the Blue Note Information youthful all-star ensemble Out of nowhere. He then made an appearance on trumpeter Woody Shaw’s 1986 record, Bemsha Golf swing. Upon the suggestion of drummer Jeff “Tain” W, Hurst became a member of trumpeter Wynton Marsalis’ music group, which he was an associate from 1986-1991, showing up on such albums as J Feeling (1986), Live at Blues Alley (1987), Regular Period, Vol. 1 (1987), and Regular Period, Vol. 2: Intimacy Phoning (1990). Also during this time period, Hurst documented albums with such performers Harry Connick, Jr., Terumasa Hino, and Vincent Herring, among a great many other music artists. He also made an appearance with Branford and trumpeter Terence Blanchard for the soundtrack to Spike Lee’s 1990 film ‘Mo Better Blues. In 1991, Hurst became a member of Branford as an associate from the Tonight Display Band, for the Tonight Display with Jay Leno. After Branford stepped down as innovator from the Tonight Display Music group in 1995, Hurst continuing to try out on-and-off with fresh Tonight Display Band innovator, guitarist Kevin Eubanks. Because the ’90s, Hurst offers toured and/or documented having a bevy of name performers including Geri Allen, Russell Malone, Dianne Reeves, Steve Coleman, and Yo-Yo Ma, amongst others. As a single artist he offers released many albums including Robert Hurst Presents: Robert Hurst (1992), One for Namesake (1993), Unrehurst, Vol. 1 (2002), Unrehurst, Vol. 2 (2010) and Bob Ya Mind (2010). In 2013, Hurst released the studio room recording, Bob: A Palindrome offering such longtime affiliates as Belgrave, Branford, in addition to, drummer W and pianist Robert Glasper. Weather Change adopted in 2015.