Clifton Anderson has been on a lifelong journey of artistic evolution. From his start as a child surrounded by a musical family, to formal education mixed with the practical experience of live gigs, Clifton's odyssey is ever-unfolding. Whether playing as a long-standing member of his uncle Sonny Rollins' band, helping to run the Doxy label or leading sessions with his own band, Clifton's life is always happily connected to music.
AAJ contributor Maxwell Chandler spoke with Anderson about his lengthy career, working with uncle Sonny Rollins and running the tenor icon's Doxy label, and his own work, including the recently-released Decade (Doxy, 2008).
Check out Maxwell's in-depth interview, Clifton Anderson: Legacy, at AAJ today!
You can also read reviews of Decade, featured at AAJ, by contributors Ken Dryden and Paolo Arduini.
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