Mark Egan

Born in 1951 in Brockton (Massachusetts), Mark Egan is an American jazz trumpeter and bass guitarist. He is perhaps best known for his participation in the Pat Metheny Group (1977-1980) and the Gil Evans Orchestra (1980-1991). Egan is also co-founder of Elements, a jazz fusion band. Egan is a successful solo artist with three platinum and three golden albums. He has also been a bandleader for his own bands to good reviews. Egan has also played on soundtracks for films and has been a session musician contributing his talents to many well-known musicians in a variety genres. Egan, who has recorded with Sting and Joan Osborne among others, also performed with Marianne Faithfull and David Sanborn as well as John McLaughlin and Sophie B. Hawkins. Egan has been featured on soundtracks for many American TV shows and movies, including Aladdin, The Color of Money and A Chorus Line. He also performed with Marianne Faithfull, David Sanborn, John McLaughlin, and Sophie B. Hawkins. Egan continues to tour the world with his band, Elements, Bill Evans and Larry Coryell, as well as other artists. Wikipedia

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