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Videos of Stockton Helbing:

Here's a video of Stockton's solo on "A Night in Tunisia" from 2014 when he was a guest artist with the University of North Texas One O'clock Lab Band:

Here's Stockton performing a big band version of his original "Kelsier" in 2014 with the University of North Texas One O'clock Lab Band:


Stockton's soloing on Sing, Sing, Sing
with Doc Severinsen's Big Band.

MERRY CHRISTMAS 2011!
Enjoy Stockton's arrangement of
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing.


If you enjoyed Stockton's arrangement of
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
, you can
download the music and play it with your band.

Free Parts: Guitar 1 - Guitar 2 - Piano - Bass


 

 

 



Crazy Aquarius!


Interested in playing Crazy Aquarius with your Jazz Band? Download the chart HERE for free! Enjoy!



If you enjoyed Stockton's arrangement of
The Little Drummer Boy
, feel free to
download the charts and play
it with your own group!

Free Parts: Score - Guitar 1 - Guitar 2 - Piano - Organ - Bass - Drums




  Here's a video of Stockton playing with NYC saxophonist Dave Pietro, pianist Stefan Karlsson and bassist Fred Hamilton at the Univeristy of North Texas, Kenton Hall, October 2009.



Stockton playing One More Trip to Birdland with the late, great Maynard Ferguson in Sweden 2004.

 


Stockton playing an informal concert the Summer of 2009 at the University of North Texas with Rodney Booth, trpt; Chis McQuire, clr; Stefan Karlsson, pno; & Jeffry Eckels; bass.



Here's a TV ad for the upcoming UNT Slater/Riggs Tribute. The song palying in the background
is That from Lab 2003 on which
Stockton is playing drums.


Stockton playing MacArthur Park with Wayne Bergeron at the Maynard Ferguson Tribute.


Stockton playing with Maynard on BET
on the island of St. Lucia

 




Stockton conducting the All-Star Maynard Ferguson Alumni Band.


Stockton appearing as guest artist at PolyCal
 



Stockton on the making of Steve Wiest's newest album

 

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