90-year-old trumpeter Billy Burton is still performing music | 7.30

90-year-old trumpeter billy burton is still performing music | 7. 30

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At the age of 90, trumpeter Billy Burton would have to be one of the country’s oldest active musicians.

But as Dan Conifer discovered, he’s still blowing up a storm after decades backing some of the biggest names in music.

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