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Rob Reddy

A versatile and adventurous saxophonist, Rob Reddy produced a solid impression along with his debut saving as a head, Post-War Euphoria (that was released in 1996 with the Songlines label). He was raised on Long Isle and shifted to NEW YORK in 1985. Reddy obtained important knowledge touring with Ronald Shannon Jackson’s Decoding Culture, playing free of charge funk but also finding the enthusiasm of gospel music. In 1992 he created a trio with Reggie Workman and Pheeroan akLaff and come up with the Honor Program (a sextet with trumpeter E.J. Allen, trombonist Josh Roseman, guitarist Jef Lee Johnson, bassist Dom Richards and akLaff) in 1993. Rob Reddy in addition has had opportunities to utilize Rashied Ali, Dave Douglas, Gerry Hemingway and additional forward-thinking players.

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