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Trumpet Player and Hip Hop Producer Miles Bonny

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Miles Bonny first took up the trumpet because of his father. Francis Bonny, who now plays in Broadway musicals, instilled in his son a love of jazz and classical music that now influences Miles' work as a hip hop producer and performer.

By Alex Smith

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Kansas City, MO – Alex Smith spoke with Miles Bonny on a chilly Friday night at the Spitfire Grill on 39th street where he regularly DJs. While he prepared for a night of spinning classic soul and jazz records, Bonny explained that he actually wasn't named after the legendary jazz trumpet player.

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