Saxophonist Bennie Wallace Interviewed at AAJ

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Bennie Wallace
Saxophonist Bennie Wallace, also known for his clarinet work, moved to New York in 1971 after graduating from the University of Tennessee, playing with Monty Alexander, Sheila Jordan and others before debuting as a leader in 1978. He has released numerous records for Enja and also had a pair of highly-regarded discs for Blue Note in the late 1980s. In the fall of 2007, he brought an ambitious project to New York City, celebrating the work of the legendary Coleman Hawkins.

AAJ Contributor Donald Elfman spoke with Wallace about keeping the spirit of Coleman Hawkins alive.

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