Bobby Militello

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Bobby Militello at Blue Note Jazz Club

Robert Philip "Bobby" Militello (born March 25, 1950 in Buffalo) is an American jazz saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist. He attended Lafayette High School in Buffalo, where he and percussionist Gary Mallaber, among others, were mentored by saxophone guru and music director Sam Scamacca. Militello has played with Maynard Ferguson and Dave Brubeck, and is active in his hometown's music scene, in Buffalo. He plays alto and tenor saxophone, and flute. Bobby has been in the Dave Brubeck Quartet since 1977 and left after Brubeck's death in 2012. After the group disbanded, Militello set out to create his own Quartet which is called the Bobby Militello Quartet as well and many other groups.


As leader[edit]

  • Bobby M Blow (Motown Records)
  • Heart & Soul (Positive Music, 1994)
  • Easy to Love (Positive Music)

As sideman[edit]

With The Dave Brubeck Quartet
With Maynard Ferguson
  • Primal Scream (1976)
  • Conquistador (1977)
  • New Vintage (1978)
  • Carnival (1979)
  • Hot (1980)


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