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Joel Frahm  (saxofoon) Bruce Katz Chris Vitarello  (gitaar) Marty Ballou  (contrabas) Lorne Entress  (drums)
Anzic Records, 2009
1 cd
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73 - Jazz (NBLC) J1 - Jazz (Flemish music schema)

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About Joel Frahm

Joel Frahm (born 1970) is an American jazz saxophonist.

Early life

Frahm was born in Racine, Wisconsin, in 1970. He attended the Stephen Bull Fine Arts School, where he began playing the tenor saxophone. At the age of 15 he and his family moved to West Hartford, Connecticut, where he attended William H. Hall High School. He met pianist Brad Mehldau at school, and the two had weekly gigs locally. "After leaving high school in 1988, Frahm attended Rutgers University for a year before transferring to The Manhattan School of Music, and following graduation with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Jazz Performance he entered Betty Carter's Jazz Ahead workshop."

Frahm lists saxophonists John Coltrane, Stan Getz and Chris Potter as influences.

Later life and career

His debut recording as a leader was Sorry, No Decaf, for Palmetto Records, in 1998. A 2001 recording, Don't…Read more on Wikipedia