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INTERVIEW WITH SAXOPHONIST, DAVID DAVIS

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David Davis is one of the most promising, young, talented and gifted musicians today. David was born and raised in Connecticut. He is a Hartt School Of Music graduate with a degree in Jazz studies and Music Management. For five years he studied with and is a protégé of the late world-renowned, professor and jazz saxophonist, Jackie Mclean.

David has performed at venue’s along with Mary J. Blige, Deborah Cox, LL Cool J, Brian Mcknight, Keith Washington, Sean Puffy Combs, Kid Kapri, Biz Markie, John P. Kee, Karen Clarke, Marion Meadows, Roy Ayers, Donald Harrison, Dave Valentine, Onaje Allen Gumbs, Sherry Winston, Chuck Loeb, Cheryl Hayes and Gloria Lynn to name a few. “David Davis is an outstanding Saxophonist who brings the house down with his warm sensuous sounds”- Sherry Winston/Flying Flute Records.

Whether he is playing contemporary or straight-ahead jazz, David stands in a class all by himself. He is known for his swiftness on stage, his unique round sound which is percussive yet soulful and his contagious smile. He has the ability to surprise the audience with something out of the ordinary. David gives his audience what they come for – a great show!

David has his own production and publishing company. David produces and writes music for Hip Hop, R&B, Gospel, Jazz and Dance artists. With 8 CD’s under his belt and many collaboration Cd’s, David has definitely gained his place in the music world as a player, songwriter and Producer.

His new album, Dig This, features singer Elizabeth Dellinger, guitarist Rohn Lawrence, bassist Lawrence White and several guest musicians on selected tracks.

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