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Kirk Whalum

À propos de Kirk Whalum

It's too easy to call Whalum the Kenny G. of inspirational or gospel jazz, but the description fits; he's one of his generation's most inspirational and accomplished jazz instrumentalists. However, his talent's more than just saxophone deep. Even with all the remarkable notches on his resume -- he's played on projects for Whitney Houston, Vince Gill, Barbra Streisand, Quincy Jones and other legends -- Whalum's creative passions run deepest in his gospel creations.

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Kirk Whalum

It's too easy to call Whalum the Kenny G. of inspirational or gospel jazz, but the description fits; he's one of his generation's most inspirational and accomplished jazz instrumentalists. However, his talent's more than just saxophone deep. Even with all the remarkable notches on his resume -- he's played on projects for Whitney Houston, Vince Gill, Barbra Streisand, Quincy Jones and other legends -- Whalum's creative passions run deepest in his gospel creations.

À propos de Kirk Whalum

It's too easy to call Whalum the Kenny G. of inspirational or gospel jazz, but the description fits; he's one of his generation's most inspirational and accomplished jazz instrumentalists. However, his talent's more than just saxophone deep. Even with all the remarkable notches on his resume -- he's played on projects for Whitney Houston, Vince Gill, Barbra Streisand, Quincy Jones and other legends -- Whalum's creative passions run deepest in his gospel creations.

À propos de Kirk Whalum

It's too easy to call Whalum the Kenny G. of inspirational or gospel jazz, but the description fits; he's one of his generation's most inspirational and accomplished jazz instrumentalists. However, his talent's more than just saxophone deep. Even with all the remarkable notches on his resume -- he's played on projects for Whitney Houston, Vince Gill, Barbra Streisand, Quincy Jones and other legends -- Whalum's creative passions run deepest in his gospel creations.