|Bob Barnard (2002)|
|Bob Barnard is one of the most highly regarded jazz musicians ever to come from Australia.
Barnard grew up in a musical family and started on cornet with a local brass band when twelve. His first professional job was with his mother's band at fourteen. Introduced to jazz by his father, Bob was a founding member of brother Len's South City Stompers in 1948. He moved to Sydney permanently in June 1962 as a member of the Graeme Bell All Stars and remained with them until mid-1967.
Bob formed his own jazz band in 1974 touring with it throughout Australia, Asia, Europe and the US. The band held long residencies at some of Sydney's popular hotels, particularly the Orient in the Rocks area.
Bob is a regularly featured guest at festivals and concerts in the US, Britain and Europe, and has recorded with top American, European and English jazzmen.
|# 1||Louis Armstrong||Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man||Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea||(Columbia)|
|# 2||Louis Armstrong accompanied by the Mills Brothers||The Chronological Mills Brothers, Vol. 5||The Song Is Ended||(JSP)|
|# 3||Bobby Hackett accompanied by Jack Teagarden and Bob Wilber||Jazz Ultimate / Coast Concert||New Orleans||(Dormouse)|
|# 4||Bunny Berigan||The Pied Piper||I Can't Get Started||(Bluebird)|
|# 5||Bix Beiderbecke||Vol. 1: Singin' the Blues||Singin' the Blues||(Columbia)|
|# 6||Ruby Braff||Very Sinatra||Come Fly with Me||(Red Baron)|
|# 7||Max Kaminsky accompanied by Peanuts Hucko||N/A||Original Dixieland Stomp||N/A|
|# 8||Bob Wilber and Kenny Davern||Summit Reunion||St Louis Blues||(Chiaroscuro)|
|# 9||Jim Cullum accompanied by Clark Terry||Fireworks! Red Hot and Blues||It Don't Mean a Thing||(Riverwalk)|
|# 10||Jelly Roll Morton||Birth of the Hot||Original Jelly Roll Blues||(Bluebird)|
|# 11||Muggsy Spanier||Manhattan Masters||Feather Brain||(Storyville)|
|Book||A "How To ..." book|
|Luxury Item||"My golf sticks"|
Ron E. Beck