Bob Reynolds (saxophonist)

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Bob Reynolds
Born September 29
Origin Morristown, NJ
Genres Jazz
Instruments Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Flute
Associated acts John Mayer, Brian Blade, Janek Gwizdala
Notable instruments
Selmer Mark VI, P. Mauriat Unlaquered System 76 2nd Edition Tenor, Yamaha Soprano Saxophone

Bob Reynolds is a jazz tenor saxophonist.

Born in Morristown, New Jersey, his family moved to Jacksonville, Florida. He started playing saxophone at age 13 and attended high school at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts with a well-known jazz band. After graduating, he traveled to Boston to begin taking classes at Berklee College of Music where he studied with George Garzone and Hal Crook. Reynolds 2006 release of the album "Can't Wait For Perfect" was voted Best Debut in the Village Voice's jazz poll. Bob Reynolds is prolific, with 4 ASCAP Young Jazz Composer awards and Berklee's Billboard Magazine Endowed Scholarship. He has worked with musicians including Brian Blade, Aaron Goldberg, Gregory Hutchinson, and Tom Harrell. He lives in Los Angeles and tours with guitarist John Mayer. Bob has recently released his new album "A Live Life" which is a Live Jazz Album.



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