Frank Lacy


Frank Lacy

Kumba Frank Lacy is an “American Jazz trombonist” with his “roots” in soul r&b sounds . Frank performs with his Band "Awareness"  every Wednesday night at the Pub. The line ups got to be great from this one of a kind broad thinking individual expelling thought provoking solos, melodies, in unison or in a gospel roar singing with background horns and voices, blowing the roof off the house on a regular basis.

Frank Lacy Quintet at the European Jazz Expo

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Frank Lacy

Frank performed with the new school R&B ‘s DiAngelo
trombone, keyboard, trumpet, lead vocals
Micheal Lewis trumpet/bgd vocals
Chulo Gatewood electric bass
Dennis Davis  drums
Monte Croft piano
Electric Guitarist Tba

At the age of 8, young Frank took up piano lessons and began to play the trumpet soon after. While in junior high school, he began to play the Euphonium and the Tuba. To play trombone he started at the age of 16. After musical studies at the famed Berklee College of Music in Boston and the Rutgers University in New Jersey young Frank Lacy started his journey  playing on the road touring with trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie, Abdullah Ibrahim, composer Henry Threadgill, composer Julius Hemphill, Oliver Lake, The Eurythmics, Carla Bley, Don Pullen, Bobby Watson Horizon Band and a year and a half as Musical Director of Art Blakey and The Jazz Messengers.  followed by a n invitation to hip hop with the new school R&B ‘s DiAngelo on the 2000 Voodoo Tour.  Lester Bowie’s Brass Fantasy grammy nominated McCoy Tyner’s Big Band, David Murray and most recently with the Charlie Mingus Big Band, Orchestra and Dynasty for which everyone gets to delight not only in his trombone playing but in Franks spirited singing as well. 
Frank Lacy at European Jazz Expo "Early Morning"