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Birth name John Francis Pastorius III Born December 1, 1951 Norristown, Pennsylvania, US Died September 21, 1987 (aged 35) Wilton Manor, Florida, US Genres Jazz, jazz fusion, big band, folk-jazz, funk Occupation(s) Musician, composer, producer Instruments Bass guitar, drums, double bass, piano, vocals, mandocello, steel drums Factfile
Profession Jaco Pastorius, was an influential American jazz musician, composer, big band leader and electric bass player.
Background Pastorius was born December 1, 1951, in Norristown, Pennsylvania, to Jack Pastorius (big band singer and drummer) and Stephanie Katherine Haapala Pastorius, the first of their three children.
He grew up in Florida, and after starting out on drums, took up bass when he hurt his arm in a football accident. Soon he was accompanying visiting musicians to his home state, but by the mid 1970s was working at a national level with pianist Paul Bley and guitarist Pat Metheny, playing on Metheny's celebrated album Bright Size Life.
Career In 1976, he joined the fusion band Weather Report. In the early 1980s he formed his own band Word of Mouth, with which he recorded and played concert tours.
Died The final years of his life involved problems with drugs and alcohol, and he died needlessly in a brawl at a Florida nightclub. Nevertheless, in less than a decade he had transformed his instrument from the backbone of the rhythm section into a solo force. September 21, 1987 (aged 35) Wilton Manor, Florida, US
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