We are pleased to present this wonderful group! Don’t miss this opportunity to hear this legendary jazz group perform your favorite holiday standards! Grab your egg nog and your ugly Christmas sweater and enjoy.
The majority of the proceeds go directly back to the musicians to support their wonderful art. The remainder goes to Brave Sound to help continue our mission of documenting and presenting wonderful NYC musicians.
You will get access to this digital concert immediately after purchase!
William Edward Saxton (born June 28, 1946, in New York City) is an American hard bop tenor saxophonist.
He studied clarinet, composition and arrangement at the New England Conservatory in Boston, graduating in 1973 and worked with Pharoah Sanders, Jackie McLean and Bennie Maupin. He began working with Dannie Richmond in 1979, and he later worked with Charlie Persip’s big band and Errol Parker. He has worked with Frank Foster, Clark Terry, Carmen McRae, Nancy Wilson, Tito Puente, Mongo Santamaria, Roy Ayers, Bobby Watson and Roy Haynes. He was a Friday-night regular at Nick’s jazz pub in Harlem,before he fulfilled a dream of his and opened “New York’s only Jazz Speakeasy”, “Bill’s Place”, on West 133rd Street in Harlem in 2006.
Bill and His Harlem All-Stars
Bill Saxton – Saxophone
Keith Brown – Piano
Dezron Douglas – Bass
Darrell Green – Drums