Stu Williamson (Stuart Lee Williamson) is a Tromboniste (Valve trombone) and Trompettiste of American Jazz born the May 14th 1933 with Brattleboro (Vermont) and deceased on October 1st 1991 with Studio City (California).
He is the younger brother of the pianist Claude Williamson.
From the middle of the Fifties, he is musician “free lance” in California. He works for the studios of Los Angeles. With regard to the jazz, it appears, either with the Valve trombone, or with the Trompette, in a multitude of recordings of Jazz West Coast. One can retain, inter alia, his multiple collaborations with the beater Shelly Manne.
Unfortunately, as from 1968, its addiction with drug and of the health issues make it disappear from the music scene. He dies in 1991.
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