A local of Denmark, saxophonist Michael Lington is really a purveyor of modern jazz. The grandson of well-known Danish bandleader Otto Lington — an early on proponent of jazz in Scandinavia — Lington started performing at a age as an associate from the world-renowned Tivoli Guys Guard. His participation with the renowned orchestra gained him a musical education that he afterwards pursued at university. After completing his level, he went his own documenting studio room while touring throughout European countries. Lington shifted to LA in 1990, where — with the help of musician/producer Tag Schulman — he became greatly associated with the modern jazz scene, quickly performing frequently with vocalist Bobby Caldwell. His self-titled debut recording premiered on NuGroove Information, accompanied by Vivid in 2000, Everything Must Switch in 2002, and Stick with Me in 2004. A Track for You made an appearance in 2006, adopted in 2008 by Warmth, which garnered him a nomination for instrumentalist of the entire year at this year’s 2009 Canadian Easy Jazz Honours. In 2012, he shipped his eighth studio room album, Pure, offering guest looks by Michael Bolton, Lee Ritenour, Jeff Golub, among others. Two years later on, he created his personal Copenhagen Music label for the discharge of Soul Charm. In 2016, Lington came back along with his second Copenhagen Music work, Second Nature, offering looks from Booker T. Jones, Ray Parker, Jr., Sy Smith, and Taylor Dayne.