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Karl Denson

Karl Denson

Tenor saxophonist Karl Denson’s universe keeps on expanding. With his Blue Note debut, Dance Lesson #2, Denson’s audience keeps growing as well.

In the past few years, the frontman for the now-defunct acid-jazz pioneers Greyboy Allstars has become one of the most popular groove-jazz saxophonists, because of what he calls the “two-way embrace” between himself and the younger jazz fans who “want it more lively and danceable.”

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