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—  Musician  —

Lamar Harris is a trombonist with a unique style and sound. His influences flow from jazz, hip-hop, world music to classical themes and is incorporated into his music. He has recorded several projects with his latest featuring Lamar Harris’ Georgia Mae on singer Christiian Smith’s album “Come Fly With Us”. Lamar also plays flugelhorn, tuba, keys and has been a featured artist at Jazz St. Louis, the Whitaker Festival, Taste of St. Louis, Riverfront Times Best of Awards, events for Centene, the St. Louis Symphony, St. Louis Zoo and has performed with Sheila E, Fred Wesley, Eric Roberson and many others. Lamar has been the musical director for Shakespeare in The Street’s Blow Winds, Metro Theatre Company’s, Wonderland, Alice’s Rock & Roll Adventure and musical consultant for New Jewish Theatre’s District Merchant.

Lamar is also a member of/plays with: The Soulition | 24 Scientists | Illphonics | St. Louis Low Brass Collective (board member) 

—  Features  —

Sheila E. with trombonist Lamar Harris - "Hollyrock" - www.Jross-tv.com (St. Louis)

Lamar Harris' Headnotic Show at Jazz St. Louis featuring Eddie Moore Trio and C Jay Conrod on vocals. “Something Good Is Gonna Come”

Lamar Harris ft C. Jay Conrod with the St. Louis Low Brass Collective. “D.O.A” by Jay-Z arranged by Lamar Harris, The People’s Key & Marcus Lewis

Where Are You From music by Lamar Harris lyrics by Lamar Harris & C. Jay Conrod arranged by Marcus Lewis 2018 performed by Genesis Jazz Project & Central Baptist Church Choir for "Blow, Winds" Shakespeare in the Streets Thelamarharris.com

Lamar Harris - "Flugal Solo" with national recording artist Maxwell’s Band - www.Jross-tv.com (St. Louis)

A Night of Philly Soul at Jazz St. Louis with Lamar Harris, Ryan Marquez, Andrew Stephens, Carlos Brown Jr, Kwanae Johnson, Sandy Roll, Duane Williams, Theo Hardin and Grover Stewart. Free styling over The O'Jays classic "For The Love of Money.