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Nate Mayland

NATE MAYLAND is equally at home playing in the Broadway pit of Beetlejuice, on stage playing lead with the Birdland Big Band and the Chico O’Farrill Afro Cuban Jazz Orchestra, or with classical groups such as The Knights Orchestra or The International Contemporary Ensemble.

He is currently playing and recording with Jennifer Wharton's star-studded BONEGASM, a jazz trombone quartet featuring the writing of Jim McNeely, Renee Rosnes, John Fedchock, Alan Ferber and more. The group's second album titled “Not A Novelty” is set to be released in April 2021, after being recorded by Paul Wickliffe in the fall of 2020 in NYC.

Nate composes regularly for his own group The Wishbone Project, BONEGASM, The Kat Gang Quartet, The Band of Bones, and others.

He has performed and toured with The Knights Orchestra, The International Contemporary Ensemble, and others. He has performed the Tomasi Trombone Concerto live on the radio with The Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra, and enjoys the NYC freelance classical world. He studied under the legendary Edward Kleinhammer, M. Dee Stewart, Scott Hartmann, Sam Burtis and David Baker. ​​​


Other Experience Includes:

  • Touring with groups The Knights Orchestra, Southside Johnny and The Asbury Jukes, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, The Four Tops, The Temptations, The Funk Brothers feat. Jack Ashford, The Gene Krupa Orchestra, The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, and The Cab Calloway Orchestra.

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”Gang and Mayland demonstrated a closely knit musical intimacy reminiscent of other great voice and horn teams whose chemistry was palpable. Mayland took an impressive solo on “Please Don’t Break My Heart,” an original soulful ballad, conveying the vulnerability of falling in love with his beautiful tone and masterful articulation.” - Nora McCarthy, Jazz Inside

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Albums

Not A Novelty

Sunnyside Records
2021

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The Wishbone Project

Self Produced
2011

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Maxwell's House

Chicago Sessions
2010

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