Clay Jenkins' career as a jazz artist has covered a wide range of musical experiences and
responsibilities, bringing him to the forefront of the jazz performing and teaching arenas.
Clay's experience as a performer began at an early age playing with the Stan Kenton Orchestra. He
recorded three live albums with the Kenton Band, Artistry in Symphonic Jazz, A Time for Love, and The
Lost Concerts, Vols. I & II, and was also involved with the "Stan Kenton Orchestra in Residence Jazz
Camps." Clay moved to Los Angeles in1978, where he was in demand as both a live performer and