Easy jazz saxophonist André Ward was created and raised in Chicago. His 1st device, which he used at age group eight, was the snare drum. He later on relocated to trumpet and tenor saxophone before buying alto saxophone and getting sufficiently skillful to generate a music-performing scholarship or grant to the exclusive Berklee University of Music. Located in Boston, he performed internationally and do session work with such performers as Freddie Jackson. He was agreed upon to Orpheus Music and released his debut single record, Feelin’ You, in Oct 2001. It reached number 4 on Billboard’s Best Modern Jazz Albums graph and also made an appearance at the top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums graph. His second record, Steppin’ Up, released in March 2004, was likewise successful.