Henry \'Buff\' Dillard was born on January 18th in Greenville, SC. At the age of five, he sparked an interest for singing, drums and playing brass instruments. Never loosing his passion for music during his growth, he performed in school bands and displayed his gift in his father's church. By the age of twelve he developed more of a passion to play the trombone and decided to focus on mastering the slide. Buff went on to develop his skills by playing in school bands, organizing and directing church bands as well as choirs. As a student at Martin Luther King Jr. High School in Philadelphia Pa., he performed in the Concert Band, The Martin Luther King Jazz Band and The Philadelphia All- City Jazz Band at various social and political events. His gift allowed him to attend jazz workshops instructed by the celebrated jazz trumpeter Wynton Marsalis, perform with jazz sensation Pieces of a Dream as well as the legendary Count Basie Band. Buff has also worked with the Prince of Gospel, Pastor John Pee Kee and featured as a soloist on the Strength and New Divine Destiny projects. He founded and organized a group of musicians known as Anointed Jazz that performed as the opening act for artists such as Helen Baylor, The Williams Brothers, saxophonist Angela Christie, Charles Wolfork and many more. Buff has released a total of four independent projects that have received radio air play and received great reviews in various cities on the East Coast. Projects titled \'The X change\', \'Inspiration\', \'Genesis I\' and his latest release \'Jazz'in The City / Bonejazz Review\'. Buff Dillard continues his career as a trombonist, founder and director of a band called \'Uniqblend\', CEO of Bonejazz Productions and as an independent recording artist.