Marcus Printup

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Marcus Edward Printup (born January 24, 1967, Conyers, Georgia) is an American jazz trumpeter who attended the University of North Florida Jazz Studies program and went on to work with Betty Carter, Wynton Marsalis, The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, and Tim Hagans.[1] He later became a member of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra under the leadership of Wynton Marsalis.


  • Song for the Beautiful Woman (Blue Note, 1995)
  • Unveiled (Blue Note, 1996)
  • Hubsongs: The Music of Freddie Hubbard with Tim Hagans (1998)
  • Nocturnal Traces (Blue Note, 1998)
  • Peace in the Abstract (Steeplechase, 2006)
  • Jam Session, Vol. 25 with Ryan Kisor and Joe Magnarelli (Steeplechase, 2008)
  • London Lullaby (Steeplechase, 2009)
  • Homage (Steeplechase, 2012)
  • Desire (Steeplechase, 2013)


  1. ^ "Marcus Printup". The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz. 2nd edition, ed. Barry Kernfeld, 2004.