Performers identified primarily with jazz saxophone.
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Official site of jazz tenor saxophonist Allen includes biography, press clips, coming events and booking information.
Jazz corner page of tenor saxophonist Armacost features reviews, sound bites, favorite CDs, and biography.
Based in Boston, U.S. Biography, concert schedule, and recording information.
Based in Vancouver, B.C., Canada. Biography, concert schedule, and sound clips.
British saxophonist, clarinetist, and bandleader.
Official site. Includes biography, performance schedule, and reviews.
Biography and discography of saxophonist Tina Brooks.
Official site of the gospel jazz performer. Site contains news, event listings, music samples, links, and contact information.
Kansas City saxophonist and composer. Gig schedule, audio, photos.
A professional saxophone player in the Smooth Jazz world, with numerous contributions to national and international projects.
Carr, David Jr.
Jazz saxophonist based in Dallas-Fort Worth area. Biography, CD sales, links to MP3s, bookings.
Lists musicians he has performed with, including Louie Bellson, Charles Earland, and Tony Bennett. Biography, news, shows, and CD sales.
Smooth Jazz saxophonist Compton's site has audio clips, biography, concert photos, booking information and CDs for sale.
Cuban-style player. Biography, discography, photos, and tour dates.
Features reviews, sound bites, CDs, itinerary, projects, and biography for baritone saxophonist.
Biographical information on the jazz saxophonist. Includes discography.
Texas-born performer. Biography, live performance schedule, and photographs.
Based in Birmingham, UK. Includes performance schedule, news, and contact information.
Site of the performer based in Oregon includes recordings, performance information, reviews, biography, writings and photographs.
Teenage professional player based in New York City and Phoenix. Biography, discography, sound samples, and media story archives.
Features reviews, sound bites, itinerary, fan club, biography, photo gallery, CDs, and merchandise for sale for the saxophonist.
Brief biography with suggested readings from the Red Hot Jazz Archive.
Studio musician in Nashville, U.S. Biography, sound samples, and FAQ.
Official page. Includes biography, sound files and contact information.
Freelance sax and flute player based in New York City, mixing jazz, reggae and Latin sounds with her band, Liquid Horn. Sound clips and contact information.
Based in Romania. Includes sound files, reviews, arrangements, and links.
Official site of the Chicago Jazz player. Site includes biography, news, calendar, and contact information.
Information about the composer and saxophonist and his work, including with the Transparent Quartet, Microscopic Septet, and Big Trouble.
Official home page of the performer based in New York City, U.S. Site includes information about performances, recordings, sound samples and an online presskit for concert promoters.
Album reviews, music samples, and personal information for the saxophonist.
Official site of saxophonist Liebman includes biography, discography, publications and reviews, photos, and interviews.
Former member of the Cannonball Adderly Sextet as well as other groups including his own. Biography, calendar of performances, and booking information.
Official website. Includes video/audio clips and downloads, complete discography, and history.
Touring player in Europe. Biography, projects, performance calendar, and sound samples.
Fan page devoted to the music and life of the tenor saxophonist. Includes a detailed discography and news.
Official website of Irish saxophonist McChrystal has biography, master class information, and a discography.
Official site of the New York City-based alto player. Site includes a biography, discography, photographs, sound files, and news.
Mike Zwerin's profile of the alto saxophonist.
Based in Surrey, UK. Includes performance dates, profile, and sound samples.
Biography with links to well-known collaborators as well as a discography with links to audio samples.
Based in New York, U.S. Biography and performance schedule.
Official site includes biography, performance information, recording information, and sound clips.
New York saxophonist offers biography, interviews, discography, recordings, tour schedule, forum, and links.
Homepages of Baltimore saxophonist Paddock includes information on his two bands, biography, a picture gallery, reviews, and sound samples.
Avant garde jazz tenor saxophonist Ivo Perelman, a Brazilian musician, his recordings and his parallel career as an abstract painter.
Saxophonist. Biography, discography, sound clips, pictures, and links.
Official site of the UK-based performer. Includes biography, touring dates, and news.
Biography, music and gigs of the jazz saxophonist.
Contemporary jazz/reggae/experimental saxophone player. Biography, photo album, reviews, recordings, and an independent record label.
The web pages for avant-garde jazz saxophonist Romus have mp3 sound samples, biography and reviews.
Based in Wisconsin, U.S. Biography, performance schedule, and multimedia clips.
Seattle and San Francisco based saxophonist and composer contains concert listings, CD information, audio, reviews, booking information, and jazz CD picks.
Biography of Grammy-winning journeyman session player and soloist mentions dates with stars such as Streisand, Sinatra and Quincy Jones. With tour date list.
Multi-woodwind studio and touring musician's official website. Biography and information about his new CD and jazz clinics.
Official website of the performer based in Paris. Includes audio clips and downloads, complete discography, and history.
New York City-based tenor saxophonist. Biography, schedule, and recording information.
Saxophonist has opened for Spyro Gyra. Biography with photos, chronology and CDs.
Former Woody Herman Band member. Biography and discography.
Website of jazz saxophonist Vougas includes biographical information, discography, pictures, transcriptions, and sound clips.
The official homepage for Houston-area saxophonist nicknamed "SoulTrane". Performance calendar, links to bands, equipment used, and personal information.
Wildly popular vaudeville performer of the early 20th century, the so-called "Kreisler of the saxophone" is credited with popularizing the instrument so that it became part of the jazz orchestra. Detailed history with shopping links for recordings and transcriptions.
Noted straightahead alto saxophonist offers biography, discography, booking information, performance schedule, discussion board, and merchandise page.
Based in Munich, Germany. Biography, recording information, and news.
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