Robert Schulz

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Robert "Bob" Schulz (born July 1, 1938) is an American jazz and Dixieland jazz cornetist.[1] Schulz was born in Wonewoc, Wisconsin and attended the University of Wisconsin–La Crosse. He was a band director for 17 years. Then, in 1979, he joined the Turk Murphy Jazz Band of San Francisco.[2] He would stay with them for eight years, until Murphy's death. He went on to lead the Bob Schulz's Frisco Jazz Band, and has put out 6 studio albums (the later four being under the band name of Bob Schultz and his Frisco Jazz Band), 1 live album, and 1 compilation (also as Bob Schulz and his Frisco Jazz Band). Additionally, he has released recordings as Bob Schulz & His Chicago Rhythm Kings, Bob Hirsch & Bob Schulz and The Midcoast Reunion Jazz Band, and Bob Schulz & The Riverboat Ramblers.[3]


  1. ^ Riverwalk Jazz (August 7, 2008). "Jazz Notes: California Jammin’"
  2. ^ Clute, Pete; Goggin, Jim; Clute, Cedric E.; and Helm, Bob (2004). Meet Me at McGoon's. Trafford Publishing, p. 161 and passim. ISBN 1-4120-2773-X
  3. ^ Bob Schulz discography on AllMusic

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