Paul Guthrie Daugherty is a freelance musician (Saxophone /Keyboard). He is 30 years old and focusing on building and strengthening his portfolio at this time.
He has immersed himself into many types of music ranging from Jazz, Classical, Latin, Rhythm & Blues, Funk, Hip- Hop, Brass Band, Electronica and Abstract/Free styles. He will represent his talents and work ethic in your project.
To give you a better idea where his music is rooted, here is listed the more notable artists and acts he has performed and worked with:
Trombonist of the famed jazz family.
Drummer for Eric Dolphy, Wes Montgomery, Dexter Gordon, Ben Webster, Langston Hughs to name a few. Mentioned in Leonard Feather's Encyclopedia of Jazz Artists
The late vibraphonist
Bassist virtuoso who played with Eric Dolphy, Freddie Hubbard and the Chicago Symphony to name a few
The John Scofield "Uberjam" Rhythm Section
Adam Dietch, Avi Bortnick and Jesse Murphy
A popular funk/soul band
Jazz drummer who was involved with film scoring the indie film Sling Blade
Members of the Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Bassist for Tori Amos
Trumpeter who Wynton Marsalis said he revered in a Downbeat Magazine interview, also one of the founding members of Rebirth Brass Band
Trumpeter for Dr. John
Keyboardist/composer for the Neville Brothers band
Bassist for the late James Booker
Leo Neocentelli & Zigaboo Modeliste
Guitarist and drummer from The Meters
Trombonist for John Coltrane
Saxophonist for Professor Longhair "Tipitina"
Leader of Michael Ray and the Cosmic Crew and trumpeter for the late Sun Ra, Kool and the Gang and Phish
Saxophonist for Peter Gabriel
Drummer for the Art Ensemble of Chicago
The original James Brown drummer
Saxophonist, former head of the Indiana Bloomington jazz studies program and published jazz educator
Recording artist, film scorer, author, keyboardist for Steve Miller
Recording artist, co-producer for the Oscar winning song from "Motorcycle Diaries"
Recording artist, arranged strings for Oscar wining song from "Motorcycle Diaries"
NPR jazz radio personality
Tenor saxophonist for the late Cannonball Adderley sextet
Dr. Billy Taylor
From Sunday Morning CBS
Pianist for the late Buddy Rich, Rick Margitza
Bassist for The Preservation Hall Jazz Band
Trombonist for the Harry Connick Jr. band
Walter "Wolfman" Washington
Based in New Orleans, one of the best R&B acts in the country and the band that Maceo Parker has worked with
Bassist for New Orleans trumpeter Leroy Jones
The alto saxophone great
Guitarist extraordinaire and bass player on George Benson's "Breezin'"
Coolbone Brass Band
Rapidly gaining popularity they have coined the term "Brass Hop"
Bassist for the What D'ya Know national radio show
The great Chicagoan saxophone icon
Bassist for Steve Miller among others and owner of the St. Paul jazz club named the Artist Quarter
Keyboardist for David Sanborn, Prince, and owner of the well-known jazz club in St. Paul named the Artist Quarter
Alto saxophonist, Principal horn section arranger for Ray Charles
Harmonica who was in Bela Fleck and the flecktones
Keyboardist for Van Morrison
Trumpeter for the Art Ensemble of Chicago
Trombonist for Wynton Marsalis's Lincoln Jazz Center and winner of the 2004 Thelonious Monk Competition
"Garbage" lead singer
Minneapolis native that played with the Mel Lewis/Thad Jones orchestra
John "Jabo" Starks
James Brown drummer
Jazz in July music program (Northhampton, MA.) Max Roach was in the faculty.
Studied with Youseff Lateef, Tony Dagradi, Les Thimmig, Mike Pellera , Clyde Haberman, Jerry Coker, Ramon Ricker. Learned from every playing experience.
"Music come from life... not the other way around...in the pursuit of bettering one's life, the music will shine through it."