His Eastman career has spanned virtually the entire history of jazz at the school, and he worked alongside such revered figures as Rayburn Wright, Fred Sturm, Chuck Mangione, and others. On May 3, , he celebrated his 70th birthday with a solo recital in Hatch Hall. Shortly afterwards, we caught up with Bill Dobbins in a wide-ranging chat about his life, jazz at Eastman, and jazz in general. This is Part I of our interview. You started here in What were the early days of the Eastman Jazz Department like, and what was your role here?
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