Airborne (band)

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Not to be confused with Airbourne (band).
Origin New Haven, Connecticut
Genres Jazz
Years active 1988–present
Labels Tilt Records
Members Thomas Borino
Thomas Sansone
Greg Borino
Steve Clarke
Dean Kosh
Asher Delerme
Lady Elizabeth Dellinger

Airborne is an American contemporary jazz / smooth jazz / world fusion band, formed in the late 1980s. Airborne, the proclaimed “Musical Peacemakers” of Contemporary Jazz, sends out an Inspirational Message of Hope to the World. They are a multi-cultural jazz band from New Haven, Connecticut who has received worldwide airplay and international acclaim. Airborne has a trademark jazz sound of Island Passion and Urban Emotion. Airborne has set up a Non-Profit Cause called, Musicians –Humanitarians – Peacemakers to help in the fight against Hunger and to establish Global Unity.


Airborne has been awarded a Merit of Honor by the World Peace Organization for their Excellence in World Music and as Humanitarians.

  • Musician Magazine # 1 Jazz Band
  • Performing Arts Touring Roster New England Foundation for the Arts (since 1992)
  • Performing Arts Touring Roster CT Commission on the Arts (since 1992)
  • Jazz Advocates Readers Poll #1 Jazz Band
  • International Association of Jazz Educators (IAJE)
  • As Performing Artists, Recording Artists, Educators, and as Humanitarians the band’s quality of excellence and compassion has kept them on the road to success.


  • Take Off - Tilt Records - 1990
  • Across the Sky - Tilt Records - 1995
  • Lifetones - Tilt Records - 1999
  • Heavy Vibes - Tilt Records - 2004
  • Turbulence - Tilt Records - 2007
  • Winds of Change - Tilt Records - 2008
  • New Horizons - Tilt Records - 2010
  • Back in the Dayz - Airborne Anthology - Tilt Records - 2011
  • Christmas: Holiday Music - Tilt Records - 2012


  • Thomas Borino: Piano, Organ, Keyboards, Vocals
  • Thomas Sansone: Sax, Flute, Vocals
  • Gregory Borino: Guitars, Vocals
  • Dave Ramsey: Drums
  • Donnel Roberts: Bass
  • Asher Delerme: Latin & African Percussion
  • Randy Bost: Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Vocals

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