Atlanta Bliss

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Atlanta Bliss is the stage name of Matthew Blistan, an American jazz musician who specializes in the trumpet. He is most well known for his work with Prince from 1986–1989. He came to Prince's attention through his association with Eric Leeds. The duo had been in a jazz group prior to working for Prince. After leaving the Prince camp, Blistan continued to work on occasion with Leeds.

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