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A SAVAGE CONTENT

 JUNE 10, 2024

Remembering David Sanborn

David Sanborn, the legendary alto saxophonist, left an indelible mark on the world of jazz. Renowned for his distinctive tone and ability to blend jazz, R&B, and pop seamlessly, Sanborn's music transcends genres. Over his illustrious career, he has collaborated with legends like David Bowie, Stevie Wonder, and Eric Clapton, showcasing his versatility and profound musicianship. Sanborn's contributions extend beyond performance; his albums, like Voyeur and Double Vision, have become timeless classics, earning him multiple Grammy Awards. With his innovative style and unwavering passion, David Sanborn continues to inspire musicians and delight fans, ensuring his legacy as a true icon of jazz endures for generations to come. 

Tune in to Legends of Jazz Youtube playlist to listen to interviews and solos from jazz giants such as David Sanborn, Keb'Mo', Pat Metheny, and many more.

For more interviews in this collection, go to our playlist.

Black History Month

Savage Content Exclusives

Did you catch these recent performances and interviews?

"Nostalgia"

Pasquale Grasso & Samara Joy perform this stunning tune LIVE in NYC.

The Anderson Brothers

Captivating the audience with their rendition of Gershwin's classic, "S'Wonderful."

Emmet Cohen Interview

An exclusive interview from Emmet's Place Miami about creating the album, Future Stride.

Subscribe to our YouTube channel to watch more exclusive content!

Savage Contest Exclusives

THE JAZZOLOGY TRIVIA SHOW

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Hosted by NEA Jazz Master Willard Jenkins

Our reigning champion, Matt Merewitz, is the founder and director of Fully Altered Media since 2007, and has become known as one of the most in-demand publicists and consultants in the world of creative music. Going up against him is jazz writer and musician Morgan Enos. 

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Every winner of Jazzology receives a $100 cash prize.

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ALL WITHOUT WORDS

A father discovers a symphony within

his nonverbal autistic son.

The Butterfly Journal is the All Without Words. newsletter, sharing updates & info on the people, art, music, products and matters of neurodiversity. Listen to the music of AWW and dive into the community by heading over to the latest issues.

 

In this issue, we feature with a compelling guest article from media personality Jenn Jordan about her experiences raising her autistic son, Jakob. You can also check out the new music video featuring neurodivergent artist Elina Silva, whose paintings are inspired by the song “The Smallest Thing” taken from the All Without Words soundtrack. 

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