Don Braden can be an impressive tenor saxophonist whose design pushes on the limitations of hard bop while staying a good area of the custom. He grew up in Louisville, KY, and started on tenor when he was 13; within 2 yrs, he was playing skillfully. He played within the McDonald’s All-American SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Jazz Music group and, although he examined anatomist at Harvard (1981-1984), Braden also performed within the Harvard jazz music group. In 1984, Braden transferred to NY, dealing with the Harper Brothers, Dr. Lonnie Smith, and Betty Carter (with whom he produced his documenting debut). He toured with Wynton Marsalis (as Branford Marsalis’ initial replacing) during 1986-1987 and since that time has played in lots of configurations, including with Roy Haynes, Tony Williams, Freddie Hubbard, J.J. Johnson, Tom Harrell, Artwork Farmer, as well as the Mingus Big Music group. As a head, Braden has documented for Criss Mix, Landmark, Epicure, and RCA.
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