Jason W. Marshall

Jason Marshall’s 2003 arrival in New York City signified the continuation of hard swinging, forward thinking baritone saxophone playing. With early encouragement to appreciate all musical genres, Jason exhibits a style that encompasses whole of African-American music. A special interest is given to the amalgamation of soul music with straight-ahead jazz. Dedication and perseverance have resulted in a giant, soulful sound and instantly appealing concept. Influences such as Leo Parker, Nick Brignola and Bruce Johnstone have developed into an open perception of the baritone sax and a “take -no-prisoners” approach to playing jazz music

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Primary Instrument

Sax, baritone

Location

Bronx, NY

Willing to teach

Beginners

Albums

Overt Negritude
Overt Negritude
Self Produced
2007
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