Tenor saxophonist Wilbur Dark brown was known for his emotional yet melodic performing design, having worked through the entire years with such renowned performers seeing that Ray Charles, Lionel Hampton, Hank Crawford, and Woody Herman, amongst others. Delivered in LA, CA, sometime during 1932, Dark brown first found the saxophone at age eight. Although mainly self-taught, Brownish would later research with trombonist Lloyd Reese, who previously trained famous brands Dexter Gordon, Charles Mingus, and Friend Collette. By enough time of senior high school, Dark brown was bitten from the bebop insect, resulting in his using such blues and R&B performers as Joe Liggins and Roy Milton when he was just 15. By the first ’60s, Dark brown had grown sick and tired of the LA music picture and relocated to NEW YORK. Dark brown continued to be in his recently used hometown for another ten years, where time he performed alongside such jazz greats as pianist Crimson Garland, amongst others. After shifting back again to the Western Coast, Dark brown led a quintet with alto saxman Pat Britt, which performed regularly in the Hollywood golf club the Kitty and Fiddle. Dark brown succumbed to pancreatic malignancy on, may 7, 2000, in LA, at age 68.