Dr. Jesse McGuire
Sweet Sounds of Jesse
Early on, Jesse McGuire aligned with the Annual Seena Magowitz Celebrity Golf Classic to give the golf tournament a special touch. It is indeed an exciting moment when Jesse kicks off the tournament with his amazing rendition of the National Anthem. As he finds the closest mound of green grass overlooking the field of golfers, he sets a patriotic tone to the early morning start.
It's become a tradition and symbol of the many other great events to come and brings that sentimental feeling to us all that we are here dedicated to the common goal of supporting pancreatic cancer research.
Jesse can blow the trumpet like no other. He and his wife, Donna on many early mornings would be sitting in their bus coming way early to make sure not to miss the event. For those who have never heard Jesse, it's a special treat just to here the sweet sounds of his magical trumpet. Jesse, thank you for being part of our event and always being there for us.
Jesse McGuire Biography
Dr. Jesse McGuire has performed for three Presidents of the United States including Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. His trumpet solo renditions of the National Anthem at many events has captured many rave reviews.
Jesse has performed, toured, and/or recorded with many world renowned bands and artists, including, Wynton Marsalis, Tower of Power, Esteban, Pat Boone, James Brown, The Winans, Billy Preston, Sister Sledge, Jessy Dixon, Sammy Hagar, Jeffery Osborne, The Clark Sisters, The Dells, Paul Simon, Stevie Wonder, and others. He has served as opening performances most recently for James Taylor, Elton John, and Seal concerts.
His latest CD release is entitled, PowerTrump: “Twice As Good, for Half as Much,” is receiving rave reviews. Dr. McGuire has authored several books including an autobiography, trumpeter's guides, fiction novels, several self-help Christian books, and a book of inspirational poetry. Dr. McGuire’s latest literary accomplishment, “Raising Doctors on a Patient’s Salary,” is Dr. McGuire’s best literary work, to date.