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True enough, Clinton has, with varying degrees of success, tried to ingratiate himself to black communities with all of his saxophone playing, visits to black churches, and charismatic southern Baptist swag.
The group includes an accordion, drums, saxophone and guitars along with singers who harmonize.
Ernest James Watts has been blowing notes through his saxophone for audiences for more than 50 years.
Jake Clemons with the Cowards Choir The nephew of Clarence Clemons divides his time between touring on his own and playing tenor and baritone saxophone with Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band.
Her son, Kai, a shy 14-year-old who was just beginning to open up and liked baseball, wrestling and playing the saxophone, was dead.
That scene didn’t sit well with Madry, once a top high school saxophone player and former school band director.
For Kai, an eighth-grader who recently started playing the saxophone, a split-second decision about where to run proved fatal by a matter of feet.
Morgan plays the clarinet, saxophone, bass clarinet, piano, flute, and ukulele.
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Origin and Etymology of saxophone
First Known Use: 1851See Words from the same year
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