Kamasi Washington

Kamasi Washington

tenor saxophone player

Band/Guest

Kamasi Washington – Sax
Brandon Coleman – Keys
Cameron Graves – Piano
Miles Mosley – Upright Bass
Patrice Quinn – Vocals
Ryan Porter – Trombone
Ronald Bruner – Drums
Tony Austin - Drums

Kamasi Washington on KCRW

The jazz record by Los Angeles-based tenor sax player and composer Kamasi Washington features dozens of musicians and singers performing almost three hours of music.

Kamasi Washington's 'The Epic'

The jazz record by Los Angeles-based tenor sax player and composer Kamasi Washington features dozens of musicians and singers performing almost three hours of music.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Kamasi Washington burst onto the scene in 2015 with a triple-album instant classic — appropriately titled The Epic.

Kamasi Washington

Kamasi Washington burst onto the scene in 2015 with a triple-album instant classic — appropriately titled The Epic.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

The new jazz record by Los Angeles-based tenor sax player and composer Kamasi Washington is 3-CD set featuring dozens of musicians and singers performing almost three hours of music.

Kamasi Washington’s 'The Epic'

The new jazz record by Los Angeles-based tenor sax player and composer Kamasi Washington is 3-CD set featuring dozens of musicians and singers performing almost three hours of music.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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