Born: May 8, 1990
Shaun Rammers is a saxophonist and composer who is a part of the jazz and improvised music scene in Australia. Shaun released two albums as a leader and co- leader in 2017. He relocated to Melbourne in 2014 after graduating from the WA Academy of Performing Arts with a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Performance with Honours.
Shaun had the privilege of studying with Jamie Oehlers and Tom O’Halloran during his four years at WAAPA, along with many special guest teachers along the way. These included Dave Ades, Ben Wendel, George Garzone and Steve Magnusson. He has also been involved in numerous workshopping events, with highlights including the School for Improvisation at New York University run by Ralph Alessi in 2011 and the Creative Music Intensive run by the Australian Art Orchestra in 2015.
Appears eating a lot of KFC can make you lethargic, introspective and a portion
nostalgic. It's a bittersweet, dribbling blues with greater appreciation for noodling than
frying. - Fiona Ord-Shrimpton (Allaboutjazz.com) (about Good Morning Coolbinia,
From LIVE by Shaun Rammers Quintet)