- New data shows that music spreads just like an infectious disease
- With Apple release their own processors, the end of the Hackentosh is near
- Saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist Jamie Anderson
My guest this week is sax and woodwind player Jamie Anderson, who’s played with artists like Chaka Khan, The Temptations, The Four Tops, Frankie Valli, Incognito, Robbie Williams, Rick Astley, and many more.
Jamie is also heavily involved with West End Musicals where he played on the smash hit Jersey Boys for its full nine year run, as well as 42nd Street, Motown The Musical, Dreamgirls, Kinky Boots, and The Book Of Mormon, among others.
He now offers some great instructional videos on his YouTube channel as well as a full list of courses on his Get Your Sax Together website.
During the interview, we spoke about learning to excel in different genres, backing up some music legends, the ins and outs of playing in a theater pit orchestra, the many factors involving saxophone tone, and much more.
On the intro I’ll take a look at the viral transmission rates of songs, and the upcoming end of the Hackintosh.