Bio

 

Jazz Saxophonist Tina Richerson 
Tina Richerson, Jazz Saxophonist, composer, arranger and educator living in Brooklyn NY is a freelance musician specializing in live entertainment for weddings, special events, birthdays, and holiday celebrations.Tina is a member of the Internationally acclaimed Tiptons Saxophone Quartet and Drums, Dawn Drake and Zapote, The Unemployed Fortune Tellers and The Circus Amok Band.

Tina relocated to New York after 10 years in Seattle where she co-led jazz quintet “Hard Bop or Naught” with trumpeter Erik Esvelt, was a member of Seattle Womens Jazz Orchestra, Mallet Jazz, Love Must Swing, and a played extensively in the Big Band scene.

While in New York she has lead her own projects and is currently developing new material for and electronic dance music project collaborating with Deejay Anthony and Drummer Aaron Burnkopf.

“Up Against the Rail!” is Tina Richerson’s first album, recorded with Reuben Radding and Andrew Drury. She has recorded 4 albums with the Tiptons (tiny lower case, Drive, Laws of Motion, and Strange Flowers), with Electric VivaGeo WyethEmma and others.  She also recorded the music track to the Television Show “This Old House” which aired in April of 2009.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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