About Sarah Morrow

She was born in Huston and grew up in Ohio. Her interest for jazz was began in her early age and her passion is reflected in her albums that are all most sold out whenever it truly is out. She is among the finest artists in the world of jazz who has taken it to a new level. She has the hint of contemporary music but in addition keeps the roots of classic in them. Blend of each and every pure aspect she has offered the very best albums and music for the world and she deserves all of the recognition she holds.

Sarah Morrow entered the international jazz scene as the first female instrumentalist to join the Ray Charles orchestra in 1995. After a two-year tour with Charles, Sarah signed a record contract with French record label RDC Records in Paris. She moved to Paris and lived and worked there until 2013. During this time, Sarah recorded and traveled the world with many great names in Jazz industry such as Dee Dee Bridgewater, David Murray, Duke Ellington Orchestra, org Rhoda Scott, tenor saxophonist Pee Wee Ellis and Hal “Egyptian Bread” Singer, American All-Stars in Paris, Charles Mingus Tribute and Legends Funky Foley and Bootsy Collins.

Sarah has recorded four author projects, which together with the latest revolutionary Elektric Air 2006 with pianist Robert Glasper recorded alongside Chris Dave’s drummer and Qmillion DJ’s adventurous and experimental project The Experiment for the first time.

Sarah is now the symbol of New Orleans R & B. John’s music director. More recently, this “Superstar Trombone” collaborated with Dr John at SKE Cts De Dat in a recent statement made by producer and arranger: Billboard, TAK and iTunes have entered the top spot Satch spirit!

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