RICHIE LOVE aka The Saxiest Man Alive is a gifted saxophonist/vocalist and innovative virtuoso music artist. At an early age, he was nurtured deep in the genre roots of “Jazz”, “Blues”, “Rhythm and blues”, and “Funk” Richie plays ALL Saxophones, he's a Composer, Producer, Arranger, Vocalist, Band Leader, Teacher and Mentor. Ceo of Saxworld Productions Since 1985 established in Los Angeles, his First Record Release was 1987. Richie Started playing Alto Sax at Age 6 and has Performed, Recorded and Studied with Some of the Greats, Johnny Otis, Buddy Miles, Norman Connors, Shuggie Otis, Andre Lewis(Mandre), Lalomie Washburn, Barbara Morrison, Angela Bofill, Rickey Minor and Lester Abrams to name a few. Richie's been In and Around the Music Business All his Life, he's Performed on Thousands of Concerts, Recordings, T.V., Radio, C.D's, Music Festivals and Venues. Richie's Band The Love Connection has been Rocking Audiences for Over 25 Years from Coast To Coast. They've performed on countless Jazz, R&B, Blues, Music Festivals and have headlined with Hank Crawford, Les McCann, Buddy Miles, Wayman Tisdale, Preston Love and more. Richie was family mentored and naturally influenced by the music of his late and great World renowned father, Preston Love, Sr., a purveyor and historian of “Classical Jazz and Blues”. Preston performed with historic legends from Count Basie and Billie Holiday to Aretha Franklin and Marvin Gaye. In the 60s he became Motown's first West Coast Orchestra leader/Contractor. Richie is a uniquely gifted musical Jazz artist, for whom, all serious connoisseurs and casual music listeners can overwhelmingly appreciate and enjoy. He has been featured on over 20 CD releases of many music genres. —“Mr. Richie Love, “makes a Love” with his music,…and makes his music,..with Love”! —His New CD New Horizons will be Available Summer 2019 and you'll be able to cherish his timeless sound for years to come.. Don't Miss an opportunity to witness this explosive Musician/performer and his dynamite Band The Love Connection.