Dwayne Burnoloved bassist who has appeared on well over a hundred recording sessions, and played live with many of the greats of modern jazz. Dwayne lost his long battle with kidney disease this past December, at the age of 43.
Over the years, Burno has appeared with Freddie Hubbard, Herbie Hancock, Betty Carter, Benny Golson, Clifford Jordan and many more. As a recording artist for more than 20 years, he played on records with Jesse Davis, Eric Reed, Carl Allen, Eric Alexander, Jim Rotondi, Jeremy Pelt, Bobby Hutcherson, Benny Golson and dozens of others. What I Like About Jazz remembers Dwayne this week, with a look back at some of the recordings he's made. Tune in Wednesday night at 8:30, on Montana Public Radio.