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Marion Meadows

Born in West Virginia, saxophonist Marion Meadows grew up in Stamford, CT, where he began playing clarinet and studying classical music at age 8. He naturally gravitated to the soprano sax in his high school years, and his passion for various types of music led him to appreciate numerous jazz musicians, including Stanley Turrentine, Sidney Bichet, Johnny Hodges, Duke Ellington and Coleman Hawkins. Fortunately for the smooth jazz fans who have embraced his sweet and funky soprano sound over the past 15 years, Meadows took a few very important trips to Europe with his high school band during his junior and senior years. Originally planning to enter a college pre-med program (he had aspirations to pursue a career in veterinary medicine or zoology), he considered the saxophone a hobby until he saw the way audiences reacted to him and his fellow student performers in Holland, Italy and Austria.

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Events

Date Event Time Tickets
Nov11Fri Jazz Legacy Foundation Gala Weekend
Hampton Roads Convention Center
Hampton, VA
7:00 PM
$65.00
Feb11Thu Marion Meadows
Blues Alley
Washington, DC
8:00 PM
Feb11Thu Marion Meadows
Blues Alley
Washington, DC
10:00 PM
Feb12Fri Marion Meadows
Blues Alley
Washington, DC
8:00 PM
Feb12Fri Marion Meadows
Blues Alley
Washington, DC
10:00 PM
Feb13Sat Marion Meadows
Blues Alley
Washington, DC
8:00 PM
Feb13Sat Marion Meadows
Blues Alley
Washington, DC
10:00 PM

Albums

Secrets
Secrets
Heads Up International
2009
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[no cover]
In Deep
RCA
2002
buy
[no cover]
Next To You
RCA
2000
buy
[no cover]
Pleasure
RCA
1998
buy
[no cover]
Body Rhythm
RCA
1995
buy
[no cover]
Forbidden Fruit
RCA
1994
buy

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