Branford Marsalis ticketsare available for this jazz saxophonist that played
his way into the Jazz scene in the 1980s. Marsalis impressed people while working with his brother Wynton thanks to the
brother's ability to play off each other musically. Marsalis's talent only heightened when he saw mainstream success while
working with Sting before moving on to his own group, along with Kenny Kirland, Bob Hurst and Jeff Tain Watts.
Branford Marsalis is from Louisiana and is the eldest of four brothers, all of whom are musically inclined. The musician
started his career after he graduated from Southern University and Berklee, and spent the '80s touring with big band artists
like Art Blakey and Clark Terry. With his brother Wynton's group, Marsalis brought back the sounds of Miles Davis. In 1992,
Marsalis became musical director for the Jay Leno show and eventually started his own record label, sponsoring artists like
Harry Connick Jr, Doug Wamble and more.
Not just a renowned jazz man, Branford Marsalis honed his musical talent until the late '80s before he found a gig as
musical director for Jay Leno and developed his own record label, Marsalis Music, by 2002, while also trying his hand at
acting. He's a great musician that really knows how to modernize jazz while putting together sweet riffs that get the whole
crowd going - so make sure to get yourconcert ticketstoday to see Marsalis live and you too
will be impressed.