Learn From The Best
Learn From The Best
Episode 006: Adam Larson
This week’s episode has us catching up with the great young tenor and soprano saxophonist, Adam Larson. Adam is originally from Illinois and now makes his living in New York. He gives us great insight into how he makes a living through music, modern versus vintage instruments, and how to keep your business chops polished...
Episode 005: Donald Harrison
This week we have a true legend joining us on the show. Donald Harrison isn’y a new name to most jazz fans and this interview is an enlightening look into the life of a legendary jazz musician. We catch up with Donald to talk about his roots in New Orleans, what he’s practicing these days,...
Episode 004: Greg Fishman
Wow! This week’s episode is a long one with a man who has more energy than almost anyone I have ever met. Greg Fishman is a fantastic tenor player and educator from the great city of Chicago. Greg is known for his many instructional books and teaches students from all over the world. Greg is...
Episode 003: Bill McHenry
Bill McHenry has played with some of the biggest names in jazz and he and his contemporaries are changing the face of modern music. We catch up with Bill this week to talk about how he got started, playing with John McNeil and Paul Motian, and some of the things he has done to develop...
Episode 002: Jon Irabagon
This week we welcome in the fantastic New York saxophonist and composer, Jon Irabagon. The winner of the 2008 Thelonious Monk Saxophone Competition, Irabagon has since topped both the Rising Star Alto Saxophone and the Rising Star Tenor Saxophone categories in the DownBeat Magazine Critics’ Poll and been named one of Time Out New York’s 25...
Episode 001: Jaleel Shaw
Jaleel Shaw is a heavy player. He is also a super nice guy and our conversation was one of the highlights of my week. Jaleel is killing it in New York right now and is a member of the Roy Haynes Quartet,Tom Harrell’s “Colors Of A Dream” and has also performed with Christian McBride, Jason Moran,...
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Fantastic material about jazz, improv and sax playing!
I think every jazz saxophonist (at any level) will get a lot out of this podcast!
This podcast has already featured some of the top names in jazz and it's only a few weeks in to publication. Each interview yields a lot of great information for not only saxophone players, but jazz fans in general.
Informative and entertaining
Really enjoying these interviews world class jazz saxophonists.
Interesting to know why and how these artists were turned to the soulful muse that is the sax. Their influences and inspirations. Even some technical discussions about practicing and what is important to practice. Look forward to future interviews/discussions. Keep it up!!!