356x237

Artista

Steve Grossman

Informazioni su Steve Grossman

Steve Grossman has had an inverted career compared to many jazz players; he started out playing soprano and tenor saxophone in Miles Davis's proto-Fusion bands in the late '60's and has moved steadily towards playing more conventional jazz. While just a teenager, Grossman was put in the position of filling Wayne Shorter's big shoes on classic Davis albums such as Jack Johnson,Live EvilBlack Beauty. Grossman's intense technique and energetic tone have established him as a more traditional player in the vein of Sonny Rollins or Michael Brecker, after having a chance to explore Bop and Swing from the '80s till the present.

356x237

Steve Grossman

Steve Grossman has had an inverted career compared to many jazz players; he started out playing soprano and tenor saxophone in Miles Davis's proto-Fusion bands in the late '60's and has moved steadily towards playing more conventional jazz. While just a teenager, Grossman was put in the position of filling Wayne Shorter's big shoes on classic Davis albums such as Jack Johnson,Live EvilBlack Beauty. Grossman's intense technique and energetic tone have established him as a more traditional player in the vein of Sonny Rollins or Michael Brecker, after having a chance to explore Bop and Swing from the '80s till the present.

Informazioni su Steve Grossman

Steve Grossman has had an inverted career compared to many jazz players; he started out playing soprano and tenor saxophone in Miles Davis's proto-Fusion bands in the late '60's and has moved steadily towards playing more conventional jazz. While just a teenager, Grossman was put in the position of filling Wayne Shorter's big shoes on classic Davis albums such as Jack Johnson,Live EvilBlack Beauty. Grossman's intense technique and energetic tone have established him as a more traditional player in the vein of Sonny Rollins or Michael Brecker, after having a chance to explore Bop and Swing from the '80s till the present.

Informazioni su Steve Grossman

Steve Grossman has had an inverted career compared to many jazz players; he started out playing soprano and tenor saxophone in Miles Davis's proto-Fusion bands in the late '60's and has moved steadily towards playing more conventional jazz. While just a teenager, Grossman was put in the position of filling Wayne Shorter's big shoes on classic Davis albums such as Jack Johnson,Live EvilBlack Beauty. Grossman's intense technique and energetic tone have established him as a more traditional player in the vein of Sonny Rollins or Michael Brecker, after having a chance to explore Bop and Swing from the '80s till the present.

sul desktop o dispositivo mobile

Musica illimitata, ovunque ti trovi

Prova gratuita di 30 giorni - poi solamente 9,95 € al mese