| Bobby Lamb|| Trombonist|
| Raymond Premru, Kenny Clare, Ian Hamer, Don Lusher, Ronnie Ross|Bobby Lamb (trombonist) Wikipedia
Robert "Bobby" Lamb (born February 11, 1931, Cork, Ireland) is an Irish jazz trombonist.
Lamb started on euphonium at age 11 before settling on trombone. He moved to London in the early 1950s, playing with Teddy Foster (1952), Jack Parnell (1953–55), and Ted Heath. He spent part of the 1950s in the U.S., working with Charlie Barnet, Stan Kenton, and Woody Herman (1956–57). After returning to England he played in the BBC Show Band with Cyril Stapleton and then in the BBC Radio Orchestra and BBC Big Band until 1968. He and Ray Premru co-led an orchestra from the late 1960s, in which they worked with Buddy Rich, Louie Bellson, and Kenny Clare, among others. He toured with Frank Sinatra on his European tours from the 1960s into the 1980s and the Middle East concerts (Iran and Israel) in 1975, and also toured Europe with Ella Fitzgerald and Peggy Lee. He toured Scandinavia with Buddy Rich late in the 1970s.
Outside of jazz, Lamb wrote several works for orchestra, including an arrangement of Porgy and Bess. He also worked extensively for film and television across Europe. He taught at Trinity College of Music (from 1980) and Hochschule für Musik Detmold in Germany (1990s).
Trinity Fair (Hep, 1995)
As sideman1957 Live Featuring Bill Harris, Vol. 1, Woody Herman
1970 Louie in London, Louie Bellson
1970 Movements, Johnny Harris
1973 Song for Someone, Kenny Wheeler
1986 Eurojazz, European Community Jazz Orchestra
1990 Live Featuring Bill Harris, Vol. 2, Woody Herman
1996 My Huckleberry Friend, Johnny Mercer
1998 Electrician's Hall Miami, Florida, Vol. 2, Woody Herman
2004 The Musical Worlds of Laurie Johnson, Laurie Johnson
2005 Chitinous, Chitinous Ensemble
2005 Moon River, Johnny Mercer
2006 Jazz Guitarist Sacha Distel
2007 Spiral, Harry Roche Constellation
2007 The Little Giant, Tubby Hayes