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Jerry Rusch, also credited as Jerry Rush (May 8, 1943 – May 5, 2003), was an American jazz trumpeter.

Rusch studied at the University of Minnesota in 1962-64, then played in an Army Reserve band before moving to Los Angeles in 1966. There he played with Gerald Wilson (from 1967), Ray Charles (1972-73), Clifford Jordan, Joe Henderson, Willie Bobo, Louie Bellson, Teddy Edwards, Frank Foster, and Thad Jones/Mel Lewis. He played with Joe Haider's orchestra in Europe from 1982 to 1984. As a sideman he has recorded extensively; among his credits are work with Charles Kynard, Benny Powell, Henry Franklin, and Eddie Cleanhead Vinson.

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