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ULB Pro Jazz Combo .

The ULB Pro Jazz Combo is a highly skilled group of Utah’s top jazz musicians.  Adaptable and versatile, the PJC loves to play classic jazz, swing music, avante garde jazz, contemporary, or jazzy arrangements of your favorite songs. The song list can include most anything you name, and with their rotating cast of top players they can include everyone from Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong to Miles Davis and John Coltrane, Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday to Brad Mehldau and Joshua Redman.  We can be very flexible with size and instrumentation also, if you want a jazz duo, trio, quartet, up to a full 18 piece big band, we can do that.  If you want saxophone, piano, trumpet, trombone, bass, drums, vibes, guitar, clarinet, or any other combination, we are happy to provide it.

The PJC has performed for senators, CEO’s, pro athletes, and celebrities.  They’ve provided background music, ambient music, and headline concerts for city festivals, fairs, corporate parties, weddings, banquets, and conventions.  They know Utah’s venues and have been seen at the Salt Palace Convention Center, The Homestead Resort, J.S. Memorial Building, Grand America, Little America, Stein Ericson Lodge, Red Pine Lodge, Log Haven, Millcreek Inn, La Caille, the Montage, Hotel Monaco, and many other hotels and venues in Salt Lake City, Park City, Provo, Sun Valley, Jackson Hole and more.

We love special requests and themed events.  If you’ve got favorites you’d like to hear please send them our way

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  • Utah Live Band's Pro Jazz Combo Michael Tobian, Jay Lawrence, Corey Christiansen and Matt Larson play Duke Ellington's standard "In a Mellow Tone". For booking information, visit or call 801-360-8544

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