One of many musicians located in the Kansas Town region in the 1990s, Ahmad Alaadeen began to produce a stronger impression beyond the city limitations in the later ’90s by himself ASR label. Mainly referred to as Alaadeen, the saxophonist examined on the Kansas Town Conservatory of Music, St. Mary’s University and Chicago’s DePaul School. Because the 1950s he has already established many short-term engagements, including with Billie Vacation, Ella Fitzgerald, the Duke Ellington Orchestra, Eddie “Cleanhead” Vinson and a number of best R&B performers; he also spent enough time executing with Jay McShann. Alaadeen spent intervals living in NY, Chicago, Denver, St. Louis and San Antonio, but ultimately settled back his indigenous Kansas Town. He gained songwriting tournaments sponsored by Billboard in 1990 and 1991 for his music “Big Six” and “Blues for R.C.” Furthermore to documenting with the town Light Orchestra and the town Light Jazz Outfit, he produced two recordings for his ASR label, performed frequently along with his Deans of Golf swing, and proved helpful as a significant jazz educator.