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Saxophonist Jaleel Shaw Interviewed at AAJ

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Jaleel Shaw Barely thirty, alto saxophonist Jaleel Shaw has was won two ASCAP Young Jazz Composer awards, received the Billboard Endowed Scholarship for Outstanding Academic and Musical Achievement (1998), the Outstanding Student Teacher Award, The Boston Jazz Society Award (1999) and he was also a finalist in the Thelonious Monk International Saxophone Competition (2002).

Currently Jaleel holds a regular seat with the Roy Haynes Quartet and the Mingus Big Band. He's also released Optimism (2008), the follow-up to his 2005 Fresh Sound New Talent debut as a leader, Perspective, on his new Changu label.

AAJ contributor spoke with Shaw about working with Roy Haynes and the Mingus Big Band, as well as his two albums as a leader.

Check out Jaleel Shaw: Almost There at AAJ today!


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