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The bluesy swing of the song, which included shots of Trump Tower juxtaposed with images of homeless kids sleeping in the streets, was accented with a bright sax solo by Ian Ritchie and a growling vocal from Waters.
A member of Lincoln's symphonic and jazz bands and a dedicated alto sax player, Ammentorp volunteers for Phil's Friends, a foundation that delivers care packages to cancer patients and their families, Heinz said.
The current lineup includes Adrienne Uchenna, Brian Meyers, and Christina Billings as lead vocalists, Michael Spellman on drums, Tom Perrone on guitar, Anthony Masi on sax and flute, and Prescott on keyboards and leading the band.
CNBC reporter Steve Liesman has a Grateful Dead cover band, former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley croaked a Taylor Swift cover for the cameras, and, as a tenor sax player, Bill Clinton made Kenny G sound like Cannonball Adderley.
Listening to a Coltrane solo, colleagues say in the film, is like taking a trip into space, with the sax player as a kind of spiritual guide.
Hammond B-3 virtuoso Eddie Senior has been around a long, long time and is part of Cleveland's jazz and bebop royalty, and his sax-playing son has been carrying on the family legacy, albeit from a Virginia base.
Expect lots of fantastic music in the documentary portrait of sax player John Coltrane.
The night is rounded out by Richard Elliot, a sax hitmaker since the 1980s, at 9 p.m.
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