A shaved-head jack of several trades, veteran of several classes, comfortable in styles all around the ballpark, Tag Ledford found enough time release a his belated single debut just in 1998 using a percolating revise of Mls Davis for the acid-jazz era, Miles 2 Move. Being a trumpeter, Ledford comes after the Mls muted range; his singing attracts upon Jon Hendricks and Bobby McFerrin-style vocalese and scat, and Ledford also performs guitar and drums. Ledford grew up in Detroit, where he began for the violin but became known in his teenager years being a Michael Jackson vocal imitator. He researched on the Berklee College of Music from 1978 to 1982, majoring in structure and organizing; among those in his classes had been Branford Marsalis, Kevin Eubanks, and Jeff W. After graduating, Ledford got on a multitude of musical careers in Boston and NY — getting music movie director for Stephanie Mills, keeping down trumpet chair in the rings of Jon Hendricks as well as the Broadway musical Sarafina!, creating jingles, and documenting with Michael Brecker, Eliane Elias, Costs Evans, and Particular EFX. From 1986 before present, Ledford provides played trumpet as well as other instruments on / off in the rings of Pat Metheny, and he lately began performing with McFerrin’s a cappella vocal group Group.