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P.J. Perry

The son of tenor saxophonist Paul Guloien (who used the professional name of Paul Perry), P.J. Perry started his musical profession playing alto in his father’s music group when he was 14. Within a season, P.J. was freelancing in Vancouver. Despite obtaining several offers to try out in the U.S. (including from Terry Gibbs when he was 18), Perry provides spent the majority of his profession in Canada (using a few brief periods in European countries), performing challenging best Canadian jazz players and in the studios. Merging together areas of Artwork Pepper, Sonny Stitt, and Phil Woods in his very own passionate design, P.J. Perry provides documented for CBC, Gramaphone, Small Mountain Information, Unity (1989), Jazz Alliance (1990), and Justin Period (2000).

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