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Ellery Eskelin

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Saxophonist known for his unorthodox taking part in techniques who was simply referred to as “a significant player in the current creative music” by Straight down Beat Publication. He started playing tenor saxophone at age group ten. His recording The Sun Passed away was chosen among the Top 10 Recordings of 1996 by THE BRAND NEW York Occasions. His parents, Rodd Keith and Bobbie Lee, had been both professional music artists. He cites Stan Getz as an early on saxophone influence.

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Full Name Ellery Eskelin
Date Of Birth August 16, 1959
Place Of Birth Wichita, KS
Profession Saxophonist
Education Towson University
Nationality American
Parents Rodd Keith, Bobbie Lee
Star Sign Leo

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Off the Charts: The Song-Poem Story2003TV Movie documentaryHimself

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