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Updated December 10, 2014


Sax Links to our Friends and Favorite Sites

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Jamey Aebersold Jazz, Inc. - Official website of famous jazz educator.

Paul Anderson - Artist and radio host with a very nice smooth jazz sax.

Dave Boruff - This multi-talented guy is a prolific composer who has played with EVERYBODY.

Michael Brecker - This is the official website of the great saxophonist.

John Coltrane - The official website.

Jay Corre - Jay Corre's tenor sax styling has been an integral part of "best in the biz"....serving as a soloist or section member for...Buddy Rich, Harry James, Benny Goodman, Dizzy Gillespie, Ella Fitzgerald, The Duke Ellington Band under Mercer Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson, Frank Sinatra, Mel Torme, Tony Bennett, Sammy Davis Jr. and many more.

Candy Dulfer - A smooth jazz sax player.

Richard Elliot - This LA sax player's website is coming soon! Richard used to sub in LA for Dave Boruff at the "Flying Jib" in Encino, CA.

Bill Evans - Bill Evans, who is not related to the pianist with the same name, is a wonderful jazz sax player.

Brandon Fields - Great sax player.

Kenny G - A smooth jazz sax player (sometimes referred to as "Kenny G I Love Myself") who sells records, but plays too much.

Larry Johnson - Great saxophonist, educator, and friend in St. Louis. Larry is a member of Wild, Cool, & Swingin', Fantasy, The Charlie B Group, and Two Times True. He has also been a very successful music educator for 25+ years.

John Klemmer - The original smooth jazz sax player.

Dave Koz - This smooth jazz musician also hosts a radio show.

  Ronnie Laws - The Facebook site for this hip sax player.

Dave Leibman - A well known sax player.

Eric Marienthal - A favorite sax player who as also was part of Chic Corea's Electric Band with Frank Gambale and Dave Weckl.

Warne Marsh - What is an improvised solo? It can be full of cliché' and bluster, or sometimes comprising a stream of consciousness so pure that words are useless in explaining its essence. This last phrase describes Warne Marsh, but not nearly as well as his music or his friend, Pete Christlieb. Marsh died onstage in Hollywood in 1987 in mid-performance at Donte's, reportedly playing the song "Out of Nowhere". The ultimate improviser, he was still searching for the perfect solo until the end.

The Musicians Network Group - A great site run by Dave "The Reverend" Boruff (sax). The Dave Boruff Band used to play at the "Flying Jib" in Encino, CA in the 1980s. Use this site to locate and contact musicians. "MuseNet" is a new contact organization (started early this year) for professional musicians who have an email address. * The Musicians Network Group known as "MuseNet" presently informs it's members of music related subjects on the info highway, sends & receives email about local music events, equipment sales etc. and has it's own occasional private AOL chat room.

Charlie Parker - The website of the famous alto sax player.

Nelson Rangell - A smooth jazz sax player.

David Sanborn - This is perhaps the best site for information on the great saxophonist who was raised in St. Louis, Missouri.

Tom Scott - The famous LA studio player and leader of L.A. Express, Joni Mitchell's backup band. He has performed and recorded with EVERYBODY!!!

Wayne Shorter - Legendary sax player with Weather Report and many others.

Grover Washington, Jr. - An early smooth jazz sax player.

Ernie Watts - A legendary sax player.

Kirk Whalum - A Grammy nominated smooth jazz sax player.




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