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Ayo Awe Joseph

Ayo Awe Joseph is featured on Outbound Radio Ayo Awe Joseph lives in Lagos Nigeria , West Africa . He is married with a daughter. Ayo started his music career at the age of 18, while enlisted in the military. He started his musical exploits as a trombonist with the Nigerian Army School of Music, having completed a course of instruction in the same institution. Ayo later resigned from the Army out of the desire to make His music more purposeful, he started playing the saxophone in 1995. "Since MAN has become the battleground for negative and positive forces, the influence of any of these will determine the output of an individual" hence my decision to join the positive force 'THE KINGDOM OF GOD'. "Playing Jazz teaches self esteem and independence" 'TRUE', so says Jameys Aebersold,a Jazz music instructor. As a Jazz music player, Iam also convinced that listening to jazz music backed up with lyrics of the Kingdom, will not only enhance self esteem and independence but bring forte a lifestyle of productivity and fruitfulness. Ayo plays Jazz and blues rhythm in a variety of settings both within the church community and beyond. His newly released CD, WHAT A FRIEND..


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