As many of you know, I play the soprano sax. My horn is very special, it's a King, made in the late 1920's. It has a very unique sound, at times like a clarinet and other times a bit like a trumpet.
Over the last few years I many hours of practice with that horn to be able to use that sound in blues and especially, jazz. I love the way it fits in with Deep Blue.
I was watching a DVD today and Kenny G showed up. I wondered, "How many people learned to hate the soprano sax from being forced to listen to Kenny G.
My new slogan: "Johnny Beaudine, taking the soprano sax back from Kenny G".
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