Kansas City’s Julian Vaughn can be an adept, soulful bassist who makes his own make of gospel-influenced clean jazz and instrumental R&B. Developing in the grandson and child of preachers, Vaughn first became thinking about music while playing in his chapel band. Getting started on drums, Vaughn ultimately discovered his like of bass, and by age group 19 was teaching himself how exactly to improvise. Affected by such performers as Wayman Tisdale and Marcus Miller, Vaughn started getting the ears of regional musicians. Gigs adopted, and in 2006 he released his impartial debut recording, Behind the Moments. Three years later on Vaughn returned along with his sophomore indie release, THE REASON Project, which highlighted efforts from bassist Mel Dark brown and saxophonist Darren Rahn. Dark brown and Rahn had been also up to speed for Vaughn’s third studio room album, 2012’s Discovery, on Trippin ‘N’ Tempo Information. In 2015 Vaughn shipped his fourth record (and second for Trippin ‘N’ Tempo Records), Endless, which featured performances by saxophonists Rahn and Elan Trotman, flutist Althea Rene, yet others.