What trumpet does Doc Severinsen play?

What trumpet does Doc Severinsen play?

Destino III
The premier S.E. Shires B-flat trumpet, the Destino III has developed through a close collaboration with Doc Severinsen over several years.

Who made Doc Severinsen trumpet?

S.E. Shires Company
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Does Doc Severinsen still play?

Doc Severinsen may be best known for the 30 years he spent as the trumpet-playing, outlandishly dressed bandleader and joking sidekick to host Johnny Carson on “The Tonight Show.” But Severinsen is still with us, living in Nashville, and still devoted to music, as a new “American Masters” documentary explains.

Where are Shires trumpets made?

S.E. Shires Trumpets fabricates, assembles, and finishes every trumpet onsite in its Massachusetts factory with meticulous care. Shires bells—known for their rich sound, easy response, and incredible projection—benefit from our decades of experience as instrument builders and designers.

How old is Severinsen?

94 years (July 7, 1927)
Doc Severinsen/Age

What instrument does Doc Severinsen play?

Carl Hilding “Doc” Severinsen (born July 7, 1927) is an American jazz trumpeter who led the band on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson….

Doc Severinsen
Born July 7, 1927 Arlington, Oregon, U.S.
Genres Jazz, swing, fusion, pop
Occupation(s) Musician, bandleader
Instruments Trumpet

Is Doc Severinsen still married?

He has won a Grammy Award. Severinsen was born on July 7, 1927 in Arlington, Oregon. He was married to Evonne Nyman from 1964 until they divorced in 1976. He married Emily Marshall in 1980….

Doc Severinsen
Genres Jazz
Occupation(s) Bandleader, trumpeter
Instruments Trumpet
Years active 1952–present

How old is Doc Severinsen now?

Was Doc Severinsen a good trumpet player?

Doc Severinsen, bandleader and trumpet great, will play with W-S Symphony. Johnny Carson called him “the greatest trumpeter in the world” in 1972. Robert Moody, music director of the Winston-Salem Symphony, also said that he is one of the finest trumpet players in the world.

Where are Shires instruments made?

Holliston, Massachusetts
It is our heartfelt conviction and fundamental principle for both manufacture and design. S.E. Shires Co. builds our Custom Series Instruments in our Holliston, Massachusetts workshop. Our dedicated craftsmen and craftswomen play-test every instrument thoroughly before it ships.

How many hands is a shire?

17 hands
Shire stallions average slightly more than 17 hands (68 inches, or 173 centimetres) in height and weigh as much as 2,000 pounds (about 900 kilograms).

Is Doc Severinsen married now?

Emily Marshallm. 1980
Evonne Nymanm. 1964–1976
Doc Severinsen/Spouse

Severinsen has been quoted as saying that he has been married four times. His third wife, Emily Marshall, was a television writer and producer, and is an on-camera subject in a PBS documentary produced by American Masters titled, Never Too Late: The Doc Severinsen Story, that premiered April 2, 2021.