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Indianapolis Native Son and Legendary Trombonist Phil Ranelin to be Inducted Into the Indy Jazz Foundation Hall of Fame
(Published: August 22, 2016)

Phil Ranelin, legendary Jazz trombonist and Indianapolis native son, will be inducted into the Indy Jazz Foundation Hall of Fame on September 17th in Indianapolis, Indiana. This year's festival pays tribute to Wes Montgomery, one of Ranelin's early influences. As a newly inducted member or the Indy Jazz Foundation Hall of Fame, Ranelin will play this year's festival at the Jazz Kitchen on September 19th. Featured with Ranelin will be the same great rhythm section that played the festival with him in 2014, Kevin Anker - Piano, Thomas Brinkley - Bass and Greg Artry - Drums. Rounding out the sextet are two prominent horn players from the Indianapolis Jazz scene, Clifford Ratlif -Trumpet and Rob Dixon- Tenor Saxophone.
Phil Ranelin is loved and respected around the globe as a master trombonist of the J.J. Johnson tradition, former Freddie Hubbard sideman and as co-founder of Detroit's famed TRIBE Records.

A Los Angeles resident since 1977, Ranelin has been designated by official resolutions as a "Rare and Valuable Cultural Treasure" and as a "Cultural Ambassador throughout the Nation and to the world audience" by several legislative bodies such as Los Angeles City Council, Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, California Senate and California Assembly.


Phil Ranelin Photo/ Mark Sheldon

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