Dick Nash was a first call trombone player in the Los Angeles studios for several decades. He played for over two thousand movies and TV programs and with a list of artists ranging from Ella Fitzgerald to Art Pepper. Henry Mancini often used Dick on his movie projects including Peter Gunn and Mr. Lucky. Dick's son, Bill, is the founder of Nash Guitars.
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