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Mark Johnson

Tag Johnson (zero regards to the bassist Marc Johnson) is a funk-oriented tenor saxophonist whose root base are in R&B instead of jazz. He began on clarinet when he was nine and became a specialist musician while an adolescent, playing in regional funk rings. He went to the Berklee University of Music, made an appearance on Debra Henson-Conant’s Budapest Compact disc, and toured with Particular EFX and George Jinda’s Globe News. Tag Johnson recorded many commercial sets being a head for JVC in the 1990s.

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