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BrandonLee Cierley


BrandonLee Cierley is a saxophonist/composer in the South Puget Sound area, along with being the founder of the known group called 322 that has been together for 5 years before embarking on his new journey in Portland, OR. BrandonLee Cierley took classical lessons from Fred Winkler and Eric Steighner and then ventured to pursue jazz further with professional saxophonist Tracy Knoop. BrandonLee has also been recently been taking lessons with Braxton Cook, up and coming jazz saxophonist based out of the New York area. Both teachers have been able to provide both spectrums of jazz music that influences BrandonLee’s playing. BrandonLee has played at various jazz venues around Seatlle & his new home in Portland which include; The Royal Room, The Triple Door’s Musicquarium, KNKX Live Studio Sessions, Jack London Revue, Vermillion, The 1905 & Holocene to name a few. He has also participated in music festivals such as; Tacoma’s First Annual Jazz Walk, NW Folklife, Paradiso 2018 & recently played in the horn section for world reknowned Saxophonist Mike Phillips as a part of Portland's Juneteenth Celebration Festival.



Label: Lofijazzsoul
Released: 2022
Track listing: Cherry Blossoms; Solitude; Open Door; Heimdall's Creek; Baachan; Feelin' Like Kobe; Bass Interlude; Multnomah.


Article: Album Review

BrandonLee Cierley: Camaraderie

Read "Camaraderie" reviewed by Paul Rauch

Camaraderie (Lofijazzsoul,2022) is BrandonLee Cierley's introduction to the jazz world, where he is a relative newcomer. A Tacoma, WA native who now works out of Portland, OR, Cierley clearly prioritizes original composition as much as he does spontaneous composition as a jazz tenor saxophonist. For a younger player, and as stated, a musician new to the ...


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