Bobby Militello is presently playing with and has been with the Dave Brubeck Quartet since 1983. He also has played with Maynard Ferguson from 1975 to 1979. Other well known artists he has worked and recorded with are The Bill Holman Big Band, The Bob Florence Big Band, Doc Seversinson and the Tonight Show Band, Cheryl Benteen from Manhattan Transfer and Jeff Jarvis and Emiel Van Egdom, to name a few. Bobby has played with most of the major symphonies in the world and has done a number of recordings with the London Symphony with Dave Brubeck along with many TV appearances with Brubeck, Maynard and on his own.
Throughout his career, spanning some 40 years, he has had various groups of his own ranging from Fusion/Funk to Bebop. His first national recording was with Maynard Ferguson in 1975 and his first solo album was recorded in 1982 on Motown Records, entitled BobbyM Blow.
Enjoying a large range of musical styles, Bobby has merged his love for many types of music into his present style of bebop. This, combined with his obvious ability to express emotion in his playing, makes for a unique sound and approach to playing the alto sax, tenor sax, flute and soprano. He is one of those artists that prefers to record live, when possible, in order to truely exhibit the qualities that make jazz so interesting and enjoyable. Bobby Has been on over 150 recordings and various television and film scores.