Ronnie Blake

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Ronnie Blake (born May 23, 1972) is a trumpeter from Fullerton, California. Blake studied at Cal State Northridge. He won the International Trumpet Guild's Mock Orchestra Audition in 1992 as well as the local Dolo Coker Jazz Scholarship and Outstanding Trumpet Player in the Pacific Coast Jazz Festival.[1] Blake went on to study at the California Institute of the Arts and achieved his Masters Degree in Music. Afterwards, he performed alongside numerous artists such as Aaliyah, Ben Harper, Dr. Dre, and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy.

Blake played with Green Day on their American Idiot tour and appears on Bullet in a Bible as well as a few Idiot Club videos.

Blake runs hispeedhorns, a website allowing artists to get horn parts arranged and recorded without hassle.[2] The website was featured in Mix Magazine.[3]

Blake currently plays with Poncho Sanchez and is working on a solo album.[4]

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