Aaron Alexander

Drummer/Composer Aaron Alexander grew up in Seattle, where he co-founded the collective bands BABKAS and Timebone (which won the Earshot Jazz, “Golden Ear” Award in 1990, for Best Acoustic Jazz Band in the N.W.) Alexander was also a member of the Jay Clayton/Jim Knapp Collective and the Mazeltones. He studied at Roosevelt H.S. with Waldo King and at Cornish College with Jerry Granelli, James Knapp, Julian Priester & Jay Clayton. Alexander moved to New York City from Seattle in 1993.

Alexander released an all original jazz CD in 2003 (Aaron Alexander Sextet, “Blues for Sparky”).

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