Dan Jordan on saxophone and flute, Mark McKee on piano, Chuck Archard on bass and Walt Hubbard on drums.
A little about Herbie Hancock: Pianist Herbie Hancock is a true icon of modern music. Throughout his explorations, he has transcended limitations and genres while maintaining his unmistakable voice. With an illustrious career spanning five decades and 14 Grammy® Awards, including Album of the Year for River: The Joni Letters, he continues to amaze audiences across the globe.
There are few artists in the music industry who have had more influence on acoustic and electronic jazz and R&B than Herbie Hancock. As the immortal Miles Davis said in his autobiography, “Herbie was the step after Bud Powell and Thelonious Monk, and I haven’t heard anybody yet who has come after him.”
A little about Daniel Jordan: Daniel Jordan is a passionate and creative tenor saxophonist and flautist. He joined Maynard Ferguson’s band in 1982 as the tenor soloist. With Maynard, Daniel played with Eddie Gomez, McCoy Tyner, Al Foster, Slide Hampton, Billy Eckstine and Mel Torme.
Daniel was chosen to join artist in residence Elvin Jones at the Atlantic Center for The Arts for a 3 week residency in 1985 and played lead alto with Sam Rivers Big Band until Sam’s transition. While living in New York, Daniel toured the world playing reed 1 with Natalie Cole and toured nationally with Michael Wolf and Badal Roy.
Daniel was Judson Green’s Musical director for 30 years and played with and recorded Larry Coryell’s last album Barefoot Man: Sanpaku.
Daniel’s best playing is captured on Michael Ross’s album Ginger.
Daniel Jordan with the Cortez/Williams Project: https://youtu.be/tfZBkGQuaI0
Daniel Jordan with the Larry Brown Quintet: https://youtu.be/lbqYIA-T0ow
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