b. 21 November 1971, Belper, Derbyshire, Britain. Blessed of Anglo-Sierra Leonian parents, Wilson acquired an exotic youth, where he resided in Sierra Leone, Austria, Switzerland and the united kingdom. He used the guitar, eventually switching towards the piano when he was 17. Having went to the School of York as well as the School of California, he transferred to London in 1993 and immersed himself in the town’s salsa and jazz moments. He soon set up himself as an in-demand pianist with performers including Roberto Pla, David Jean-Baptiste, Cameron Pierre, Snowboy, Merengada, Gary Crosby’s Nu Troop and Sandra Combination. Other credits possess included session use Jazz Jamaica, Toumani Diabaté and Cubanismo’s Jesús Alemañcon. Wilson produced his very own music group in July 1998, playing an assortment of salsa, jazz and Western world African designs. His debut, Afro Saxon, premiered in 1998. Having a mix of primary materials and Latinised variations of jazz criteria, the record included guest performances by US saxophonist Bobby Watson and Roberto Pla. For the saving of a number of the follow-up, Anglo Cubano, Wilson travelled to Cuba with associates of his London-based music group, and used local music artists including Los Truck Truck’s vocalist Mario ‘Mayito’ Rivera as well as the group Clave Y Guaguanco. The effect was a far more assured mixture of designs with a geniune Cuban feel towards the monitors documented in Havana. In the summertime of 2000 Wilson joined up with Courtney Pine’s music group, with whom he documented and toured in Japan. In 2001 he gained the Newcomer award on the BBC Jazz Honours, and the next yr delved into funky R&B within the Area 7 documenting R&B Latino. He consequently founded the Alex Wilson record label and started recording along with his personal Power Latin music group. His albums possess included the highly-rated Afro-Colombian documenting Aventuras (2005) and the present day salsa excursion Inglaterra (2007). The second option included the slinky bhangra/salsa crossover ‘Oh Kuri’.