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Dana Heitman Born 18 January 1966 (1966-01-18) (age 45) Portland, Oregon Genres Rock, jazz, ska, swing Occupations Musician Instruments Trumpet, flugelhorn, trombone, backing vocals Years active 1989 — present Associated acts Cherry Poppin' Daddies Dana Conrad Heitman (born January 18, 1966) is an American musician, known for his work as the trumpeter for the ska-swing band the Cherry Poppin' Daddies, of which he has been a member since the band's inception. Contents 1 Biography 2 Discography 2.1 Cherry Poppin' Daddies 2.2 Miscellaneous 3 References 4 External links Biography Heitman, a trained musician and member of several high school and college national merit bands, was attending the University of Oregon when he was recruited into the Cherry Poppin' Daddies, helping develop the band's prominent horn section.[1] According to former Daddies guitarist Jason Moss in regard to the band's songwriting process, Heitman is responsible for writing and arranging the majority of the Daddies' horn lines, either by himself or working off pieces composed by frontman Steve Perry.[2] After graduating from the university's school of music in brass instruments, Heitman continued his involvement with the Daddies, recording on every one of their albums to date and remaining the band's only constant member alongside Perry. At the height of the Daddies' mainstream popularity, Heitman received an endorsement from Bach.[3] When not touring with the Daddies, Heitman sits in with many local Oregon jazz and horn sections and has played in such Eugene-based bands as Swing Shift, The Essentials, Satin Love Orchestra, Caliente, Lutes and Keller and The Omar Torrez Band. Dana also plays trumpet for the nationally accaimed University of Oregon Gospel Music Program.[4][5] According to the Daddies' 1994 press bio, from a standing position, Heitman can jump up and kick the door jamb of a Ford truck twice with each foot without spilling his drink.[1] Discography Cherry Poppin' Daddies See: Cherry Poppin' Daddies discography for complete listing Ferociously Stoned (1990) - Trumpet Rapid City Muscle Car (1994) - Trumpet, trombone Kids on the Street (1996) - Trumpet, trombone Soul Caddy (2000) - Trumpet Susquehanna - Trumpet Miscellaneous New Pop City - Phamous Phaces - Trumpet (2001) Keep It Going - Mad Caddies - Trumpet (2007) References ^ a b Cherry Poppin' Daddies 1993 Press Bio ^ Cherry Poppin' Daddies Official Bulletin Board www.daddies.com, December 4, 2004. Retrieved August 10, 2009. ^ Trumpet Herald ^ http://music.uoregon.edu/events/programs/F2010/101120GospelChoirs.pdf ^ http://www.oregonlive.com/music/index.ssf/2010/09/university_of_oregon_gospel_ch.html External links Interview with Heitman v · d · eCherry Poppin' Daddies Steve Perry • Dan Schmid • Dana Heitman • Dustin Lanker • Joe Manis • Kevin Congleton • William Seiji Marsh • Willie Matheis Brooks Brown • Tim Arnold • Chris Azorr • James Gossard • James Phillips • John Fohl • Brian West • Jason Moss • Adrian P. Baxter • Darren Cassidy • Sean Flannery • Adam Glogauer • Jason Palmer • Rex Trimm • Hans Wagner • Tim Donahue • Ian Early • Johnny Goetchius • Jesse Cloninger Studio albums Ferociously Stoned • Rapid City Muscle Car • Kids on the Street • Soul Caddy • Susquehanna Compilations Zoot Suit Riot: The Swingin' Hits of... • Skaboy JFK: The Skankin' Hits of... EPs Vacationing in Palm Springs (w/ Reel Big Fish) Singles "Zoot Suit Riot" • "Brown Derby Jump" • "Here Comes the Snake" • "Diamond Light Boogie" Related articles Discography • The Visible Men • White Hot Odyssey • Mojo Records • Rock Ridge Music Persondata Name Heitman, Dana Alternative names Short description Date of birth January 18, 1966 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article about a jazz trumpeter from the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e