Joshua Redman Biography (Wikipedia)
Joshua Redman (born February 1, 1969) is an American jazz saxophonist and composer.
In 1991, he won the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Saxophone Competition.
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Joshua Redman Tracks
These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You) (Live At Carnegie Hall)
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Joshua Redman, James Morrison, Jamie Cullum, Gregory Porter, Madeleine Peyroux, Katie Melua, Sergio Mendes, Level 42, Andreya Triana, Hypnotic Brass Ensemble, The Bad Plus, David Sanborn, Swing Out Sister, Gilles Peterson, Alfa Mist, Kandace Springs, Ana Popovic, Abdullah Ibrahim, Omar Sosa, Carmel, Soweto Kinch, Fred Hersch, John Surman, Yazz Ahmed, Destroyers, Yola, Lydian Collective, Charenee Wade, Zoe Rahman, Rue, Kansas Smitty's House Band, Alina Engibaryan, Vula Viel, Kalle Kalima, Kizzy Crawford, Yilian Canizares, Hanna Paulsberg Concept, Andreas Schaerer, Rymden (Bugge Wesseltoft, Dan Berglund, Magnus Öström), John Warren, Jally Kebba Susso, NYJO, Cherise Adams-Burnett, Nikki Yeoh, Michael Formanek Quartet, Ekayani, Emma Hatton, Rachel Musson, Curtis Stigers and The Ronnie Scott's Big Band, Hermia / Ceccaldi / Darrifourcq, Partisans (Jazz), Buck and Billie, Julie Campiche, Incognito and Friends, Evelyn And The Yellow Birds, Katie Birtill, Sound Discoveries, Dan Weiss Starebaby, Georgie Fame & The Guy Barker Big Band and Rihab Azar
Unknown venue, Cheltenham, UK
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