There Will Never Be Another You

Arturo Sandoval

Seattle, 2011

Arturo Sandoval is featured with his band at KPLU studios in Seattle for a January 13, 2011 performance.

As a boy Arturo Sandoval began studying classical trumpet at the Cuban National School of Arts earning a place in Cuba’s all-star national band at age sixteen.

Sandoval’s own style owes much to the music of his mentor Dizzy Gillespie.


Arturo Sandoval, trumpet
Mahesh Balasooyria, piano
Zane Musa, tenor sax
John Belzaguy, bass
Johnny Friday, drums

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