I wanted to write this while it was still fresh in my mind but it’s likely it won’t be posted for a couple weeks depending on how well I get things set up (UPDATE: The concert was actually back on June 24th). I just came home from a wonderful event playing a reunion with old… Continue reading Turning Back the Clock
Month: July 2012
The Most Important Part of Your Setup
One thing that’s pretty constant among sax players whether it’s meeting face to face or connecting with each other online is that we like to talk about our setups. For any beginners reading this, a setup is usually the collective term for what you are playing (i.e. mouthpiece, reed, horn, possibly the ligature, or maybe… Continue reading The Most Important Part of Your Setup
I played a very fun gig today at something called Artscape in Baltimore, MD. I was part of a band backing up a young, talented singer named Emma White. We didn’t have a lot of time to get the songs togethe?ß?r and there were only a handful of horn tunes but the overall vibe of… Continue reading Artscape 2012
Here’s my first post of hopefully many. I’ve been thinking about starting a blog for a while now and I really hope it’s something people find interesting or fun but if nothing else it’s a way to spend some time analyzing and organizing things I do as a player and getting them out of my… Continue reading Welcome!