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Red Holloway on Jaijai Jackson's "Woman of Jazz" Radio Show on at 8PM PST on October 21, 2005


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Red Holloway talks about his jazz catalogue of music featuring “Coast to Coast," “Keep that Groove Goin," “Standing Room Only" and “Live at the Floating Jazz Festival 95" along with his life and musical journey on Jaijai Jackson's “Woman of Jazz" radio show.

(PRWEB) October 20, 2005 -- Red Holloway has always been an explosive soloist, but when he teams up with another horn player, as he does with fellow saxophonist Frank Wess on “Coast to Coast", the impact can be more than double dynamite.

Holloway started out jousting in Chicago boxing rings before turning to music as a profession.

The California-based saxophonist has locked horns with some of the finest during a career than spans more than half a century. Along with a five-year saxophone-battle with heavyweight champ Sonny Stitt. Holloway has teamed up on disc with trumpet giants Clark Terry and Harry “Sweets" Edison.


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