Posts Tagged ‘ Returning Back ’

Jay Kim – Returning Back

Jay Kim was born in Seoul, Korea, he grew up in Seoul, Korea and moved to McLean, Virginia when he was 13 years old, and first began playing music right after he heard a song called “In The Name of Love” by Grover Washington Jr. from Radio. By 14, he became a leading soloist at Fork Union Military Academy Jazz Band and was honored as a first chair selection to all states of military high school band festival.

Jay Kim influenced by noted saxophone players such as Dave Koz, Everette Harp, Euge Groove, Grover Washington Jr. In 2005, he recorded his first Album “Tenderness” all produced by himself. His newest project is Returning Back. He was supported by Tony Moore (drums),   Alex Al (bass),  Morris O’Connor (guitar), and  Key J (keyboards). Recorded by Bill Schnee at Bill Schnee Studio, North Hollywood, CA & Jeff Lorber at JHL Sound, Pacific Palisades, CA.

 Returning Back is available as download at CDBaby.

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