Warren Vache

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Warren Vaché
Birth name Warren Vaché
Born February 21, 1951
Origin Rahway, New Jersey
Genres Jazz
Instruments trumpet, cornet, flugelhorn
Labels Muse Records
Associated acts Bucky Pizzarelli, George Wein
Website http://www.warrenvache.com/

Warren Vaché (born February 21, 1951) is a jazz trumpeter, cornetist and flugelhornist born in Rahway, New Jersey. He came from a musical family as his father was a bassist. In 1976 he released his first album.[1] He has often worked with Scott Hamilton and has some popularity among swing audiences.[2]


As leader[edit]

As sideman[edit]

With Bucky Pizzarelli

With Benny Goodman

  • 1978 Carnegie Hall 40th anniversary of the 1938 first Jazz at Carnegie. Warren played lead trumpet on King Porter's Stomp

With George Wein

  • Wein, Women and Song and More, George Wein Plays and Sings (Arbors Records)

With Howard Alden

  • "The Howard Alden Trio Plus Special Guests Ken Peplowski & Warren Vache" (Concord Records, 1989)
  • "I Remember Django" (Arbors Records, 2010)