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Hiram Bullock

Born: 1955-09-11 - Died: 2008-07-25
Cause of Death:
Throat Cancer


Death Summary: Bullock died from complications related to throat cancer.

Who was Hiram Bullock : He was a jazz funk and jazz fusion guitarist. He is most known for his time on The David Letterman Show. Bullock also worked with Marcus Miller, Carla Bley, Miles Davis, Ruben Rada and Gil Evans.
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61 Signatures in Hiram Bullock's guestbook

  1. Enoch R. Cook, A.K.A.: Pancho Says:

    2/19/11
    I went to Poly High school with Hiram back in ’70-’71, and later I and I meet Hiram back stage when he was playing with Phoebe Snow, and David Sanborn as second billing to Paul Simon in concert at Madison Square Garden, NY. At the time, I was performing in Ringling Bros. Circus touring as an Equistrian Clown at an engagement at Madision Square Garden and on my day off I went to check on a prop at the Guarden and to my surprise I found Hiram performing a Sound check prior to the show at the Guarden. Phoeby asked me to show her the tigers which I did and the security was so tight I was politely asked to leave, but Phoeby’s husband gave me the shirt off his back as a pass for security and I was allowed to stay. At the conclusion, of the concert a P/R Rep from A & M Records came back stage walked in the dressing Room and told Hirma and David that the tour before and after the record album would be cancelled with Phoeby and she would go on and be promoted as a solo artist with a Vegas immage. Also, Hiram and David would stay in NY as a studio group and back up any body coming through as a touring artist. At the time, Hiram was crushed in partially in tears and I helped my friend carrying his amp out of the Garden. However, no one realize at the time 20 years later it was the greatest professional move that could be made and that Phoeby would give birth to a child who had a birth defect which she altermately sacfriced her career for and Hiram and David would excell and eventually become solo artist in their own right. From that point, I always looked at Hiram and Stewart Smith as one of two of my few and very few friends that made it in music to the big time and all the way to the top.

    Over the years from time to time I would have the opportunity to see Hiram perform- at Merriweather Post in Columbia, MD; Rosemount Horizio in Chicago, IL; and Hiram closed the Baked Potato in Hollywood, CA where I lived for 16 years. I wrote a Sci-Fi, Screenplay with Hiram in mind performing the lead unfortunately by the time it was finished so was Hiram. I did not know Hriam had passed until six-nine months after the fact and just finding a sign in book.

    With Deepest Sympathy,

    Enoch Cook, A.K.A.: Pancho
    CEO Noch-Noch Productions
    410-366-0777

  2. Enoch R. Cook, A.K.A.: Pancho Says:

    2/19/11
    I went to Poly High school with Hiram back in ’70-’71, and later I meet Hiram back stage when he was playing with Phoebe Snow, and David Sanborn as second billing to Paul Simon in concert at Madison Square Garden, NY. At the time, I was performing in Ringling Bros. Circus touring as an Equistrian Clown at an engagement at Madision Square Garden and on my day off I went to check on a prop at the Guarden and to my surprise I found Hiram performing a Sound check prior to the show at the Guarden. Phoeby asked me to show her the tigers which I did and the security was so tight I was politely asked to leave, but Phoeby’s husband gave me the shirt off his back as a pass for security and I was allowed to stay. At the conclusion, of the concert a P/R Rep from A & M Records came back stage walked in the dressing Room and told Hirma and David that the tour before and after the record album would be cancelled with Phoeby and she would go on and be promoted as a solo artist with a Vegas immage. Also, Hiram and David would stay in NY as a studio group and back up any body coming through as a touring artist. Hiram was crushed partially in tears and I helped my friend carry his amp out of the Garden. However, no one realize then that 20 years later it was the greatest professional move that could be made and that Phoeby would give birth to a child who had a birth defect which she altermately sacfriced her career for and Hiram and David would excell and eventually become solo artist in their own right. From that point on, I always looked at Hiram and Stewart Smith as one of two of my few and very few friends that made it in music to the big time and all the way to the top.

    Over the years from time to time I would have the opportunity to see Hiram perform- at Mearryweather Post in Columbia, MD; Rosemount Horizon in Chicago, IL; and the Baked Potato in Hollywood CA; where I lived for 16 years. I wrote a Sci-Fi, Screenplay with Hiram in mind performing the lead unfortunately by the time it was finished so was Hiram. I did not know Hriam had passed until six-nine months after the fact and just finding a sign in book.

    With Deepest Sympathy,

    Enoch Cook, A.K.A.: Pancho
    CEO Noch-Noch Productions
    410-366-0777

  3. Larcher Laurent Says:

    Dear Hiram.
    Since I first saw you playing in Paris (FRANCE), july 8th 1986 in Dave Sanborn’s Band, my vision of music and playing live has changed. You’ve always been along with me anywhere and whatever I was playing. You are my Master for ever.
    Laurent Larcher – el. and ac. bass player (France)

  4. Douglas Jones Says:

    I loved his stage presence!

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    Incredible artist

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