SFC Dustin Mollick

SFC Dustin Mollick

Hometown: Cape St Claire, MD

Joined the Band: 2018

Ensemble: The U.S. Army Blues

Bachelor's Degree: George Mason University

Master's Degree: University of North Texas


SFC Dustin Mollick is a professional saxophonist, composer, and educator as well as a graphic designer and illustrator. Mollick earned a bachelor's degree in jazz performance from George Mason University where he studied with Jim Carroll and Rick Parrell - both former members of "Pershing's Own." He went on to pursue a masters in jazz performance from the University of North Texas where he served as a Teaching Fellow and studied with Bradford Leali. As a member of the One O'Clock Lab Band he performed internationally and collaborated with Tim Ries, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Ravi Coltrane, Terrell Stafford, and Darcy James Argue. While at UNT, Mollick won Downbeat Student Music Awards for “Best Small Jazz Group" as a member of “The Unstablemates,” and “Best College Jazz Ensemble” under the direction of Jay Saunders as a member of the Two O'Clock Lab Band.

As a published visual artist, Mollick has been commissioned to create everything from album artwork and pet portraits to comic books and animation cartoons.

He first joined the Army in 2012 as baritone saxophonist for the Jazz Ambassadors before joining the U.S. Army Blues in 2018.

Visit the The U.S. Army Blues page