Bob Brockmann

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Bob Brockmann
Born
January 1, 1962 (age 55)
New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.

Occupation(s)
Music composer, musician, producer

Instruments
Trumpet, bass

“Bassy” Bob Brockmann is a music mixer, producer, trumpet and bass player. He has also musically collaborated with many singers and bands, such as The Fugees, Notorious BIG, Craig Mack, Toni Braxton, Babyface, Cee Lo Green, Soulive, Surface, Brian McKnight, Christina Aguilera, Brandy and Mary J Blige, as well as with other artists such as Faith Hill, Bob Dylan, Sheryl Crow and the Dixie Chicks.[1][2][3]

Brockman owned New Media Studios on lower Broadway.[4]

Awards and honors[edit]

Brockmann has been nominated for more than 30 Grammy Awards,[5] and has won twice: for Christina Aguilera’s 2000 album Mi Reflejo[6] and for Kirk Franklin’s 1999 album The Nu Nation Project.[7] His mix of “There You’ll Be” from the film Pearl Harbor was nominated for a 2001 “Best Song” Oscar.[8]

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