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David Sanborn

featuring Joey De Francesco

Contemporary Jazz Sax

Wed, 11/3 Thu, 11/4 Fri, 11/5
7:30pm 7:30pm 7:30pm
9:30pm 9:30pm 9:30pm

David Sanborn is an artist whose music has inspired countless other musicians while creating a body of work that spans the genres of rock ‘n’ roll, R&B, pop and jazz. A naturally gifted performer, David has helped defined the saxophone’s modern sound while influencing a generation.

Sanborn contracted polio when he was only3 years old. As a part of his rehabilitative therapy, David was introduced to the saxophone. It was an introduction with consequences quite beyond the imagination of his parents, doctors – or anyone else.

Since then, he has been a highly regarded session player since the late 1960s, playing with an array of well-known artists, such as James Brown, Bryan Ferry, Eric Clapton, Cat Stevens, Roger Daltrey, Stevie Wonder, Paul Simon, Jaco Pastorius, the Brecker Brothers, David Bowie, Todd Rundgren, Bruce Springsteen, Little Feat, Tommy Bolin, Bob James, James Taylor, Al Jarreau, Pure Prairie League, Kenny G, George Benson, Joe Beck, Donny Hathaway, Elton John, Gil Evans, Carly Simon, Linda Ronstadt, Billy Joel, Kenny Garrett, Roger Waters, Steely Dan, Ween, The Eagles and The Grateful Dead.

Sanborn has won numerous awards including Grammy Awards for Voyeur (1981), Double Vision (1986) and the instrumental album Close Up (1988). His latest album is titled “Only Everything.”

“The illustrious career of this six-time Grammy winner sits humbly at the number two position next to Grover Washington Jr as the second most influential saxophonists in modern music for more than thirty years.” -The Urban Flux

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