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  • alex adams

    alex adams lawrence N.J.

    Hi Seamus, Years ago I met and talked to you at Smoke, you were playing there opposite Eddie Henderson. You mentioned that you were an actor and had a SAG card. Have you ever done any plays and if so would you be interested in playing a sax player in a play I wrote called, Giant Steps (the character is influenced by Coltrane) If so, please let me know...aaalexadams@gmail.com 646 594 3274 And if you can't or don't want to even consider it, let me know if you know who would. Hope to hear from you and get your up and coming concert schedule, really love your playing. Thanks, Alex

    Hi Seamus,
    Years ago I met and talked to you at Smoke, you were playing there opposite Eddie Henderson. You mentioned that you were an actor and had a SAG card. Have you ever done any plays and if so would you be interested in playing a sax player in a play I wrote called, Giant Steps (the character is influenced by Coltrane) If so, please let me know...aaalexadams@gmail.com 646 594 3274
    And if you can't or don't want to even consider it, let me know if you know who would. Hope to hear from you and get your up and coming concert schedule, really love your playing. Thanks, Alex

  • Larry Weintraub

    Larry Weintraub Virginia Beach, VA

    Ted: Why did you switch from the Otto Link Reso Chamber mpc to the Ted Klum mpc? I heard you at the Navy Band Sax Symposium and you sounded great on the Reso Chamber mpc. You can e-mail me at Lweintraub1@cox.net.

    Ted: Why did you switch from the Otto Link Reso Chamber mpc to the Ted Klum mpc? I heard you at the Navy Band Sax Symposium and you sounded great on the Reso Chamber mpc. You can e-mail me at Lweintraub1@cox.net.

  • Chris Rub

    Chris Rub Hanover, PA

    From NYT's report today about the Buena Vista Social Club's farewell performances last weekend at the Teatro Karl Marx in Havana, "At the Karl Marx concerts, scrapbook images of the departed Club members were shown on a screen behind the musicians, lending a spirit of sweet sadness to the evening. But the living headliners, with accompanists young enough to be their grandchildren, showed how death can be made irrelevant where music is concerned." Listening to your playing on the second set of the Misha Tsiganov group's appearance Monday night at Small's evoked a similar emotion in me. You are grounded strongly in the tradition, but create something distinctly, and powerfully your own. As you advance it, the tradition lives in you. As you tap into, and build on that stream, you are creating music of beauty and power. Armstrong, Prez, Trane, live in your playing. Thank you.

    From NYT's report today about the Buena Vista Social Club's farewell performances last weekend at the Teatro Karl Marx in Havana, "At the Karl Marx concerts, scrapbook images of the departed Club members were shown on a screen behind the musicians, lending a spirit of sweet sadness to the evening. But the living headliners, with accompanists young enough to be their grandchildren, showed how death can be made irrelevant where music is concerned."

    Listening to your playing on the second set of the Misha Tsiganov group's appearance Monday night at Small's evoked a similar emotion in me. You are grounded strongly in the tradition, but create something distinctly, and powerfully your own. As you advance it, the tradition lives in you. As you tap into, and build on that stream, you are creating music of beauty and power. Armstrong, Prez, Trane, live in your playing. Thank you.

  • Patricio Jofre

    Patricio Jofre La Serena, Chile

    Hi Seamus. My wife and I went to your show in La Serena, last Sunday, and it was awesome. A whole new live sound for me. Quite different to the Chilean Jazz sound. It was a really outstanding performance. Thank you so much for refreshing the Chilean Jazz scene.

    Hi Seamus. My wife and I went to your show in La Serena, last Sunday, and it was awesome. A whole new live sound for me. Quite different to the Chilean Jazz sound. It was a really outstanding performance. Thank you so much for refreshing the Chilean Jazz scene.

  • Jack McFadden

    Jack McFadden Ontario

    Seamus: I haven't heard you for a few years. I'm an old fart bass player. You sound marvellous, man. And perfect intonation, which is near and dear to my ears. Jack

    Seamus: I haven't heard you for a few years. I'm an old fart bass player. You sound marvellous, man. And perfect intonation, which is near and dear to my ears.

    Jack

  • Guillermo Forteau

    Guillermo Forteau New York

    I just came from listening to you perform with Helen Sung at the MOMA's sculpture garden and you were outstanding. It was a delight to see how extraordinarily you played. Many thanks and I wish you all the very best!

    I just came from listening to you perform with Helen Sung at the MOMA's sculpture garden and you were outstanding. It was a delight to see how extraordinarily you played.
    Many thanks and I wish you all the very best!

  • Fabian Chavez

    Fabian Chavez Northridge, CA

    I just want to say you are my favorite sax player!! Of course, there are the greats but no one has your sound, style, harmonic depth today. You are one of a kind, I hope I get to meet you one day Seamus!!

    I just want to say you are my favorite sax player!! Of course, there are the greats but no one has your sound, style, harmonic depth today. You are one of a kind, I hope I get to meet you one day Seamus!!

  • Dario Raymond

    Dario Raymond Vancouver, B.C

    Rock on brotha!!! Remeber you way back from Courtenay Youth Music Camp and I went to Magee Secondary and know that you went to CHurchill!! All the bestas!!

    Rock on brotha!!! Remeber you way back from Courtenay Youth Music Camp and I went to Magee Secondary and know that you went to CHurchill!! All the bestas!!

  • Dick Roche

    Dick Roche Irvine, Cal.

    Hello to you Seamus - you are my favorite "living" tenor player (Coltrane my all-time favorite)- I saw you with The Mingus Big Band at Yoshi's in Oakland - I talked with you briefly as you walked in to practice for the evening's show - Your version of "PORK PIE HAT" with the Mingus band is my all-time favorite solo of yours - you played it the night I saw you at Yoshi's

    Hello to you Seamus - you are my favorite "living" tenor player (Coltrane my all-time favorite)- I saw you with The Mingus Big Band at Yoshi's in Oakland - I talked with you briefly as you walked in to practice for the evening's show - Your version of "PORK PIE HAT" with the Mingus band is my all-time favorite solo of yours - you played it the night I saw you at Yoshi's

  • Neil

    Neil Israel

    Man you're amazing! Can't stop listening to Bellwether- Such a gifted player; one of the best composers on the scene and an amazing unique soloist with a beautiful sound.. As a guitarist i must also add that lage lund is also killing it!! Wanted to ask- if I buy the 3 albums (2 albums+ songs)in your site, will i be able to download it in FLAC format. My email is: nlpasharel@gmail.com Thanks in advance and stay great as you are :)

    Man you're amazing! Can't stop listening to Bellwether- Such a gifted player; one of the best composers on the scene and an amazing unique soloist with a beautiful sound..
    As a guitarist i must also add that lage lund is also killing it!!
    Wanted to ask- if I buy the 3 albums (2 albums+ songs)in your site, will i be able to download it in FLAC format.
    My email is: nlpasharel@gmail.com

    Thanks in advance and stay great as you are smile