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Saxophonist Chuck Anderson

Inspiring, soul-stirring, and transforming…these are some of the words that come to mind when describing the heart and music of Saxophonist Chuck Anderson. A statuesque, yet a very demure presence, Chuck plays that saxophone like there is no tomorrow. He states, “My musical purpose is to create an atmosphere by which the Spirit of God can move upon and enlighten His people and bring about change in every area of their lives; spiritually and naturally.” Born into a lineage of musicians, medical professionals, and military personnel, Chuck had an array of professions and crafts from which to choose

Music as a Profession

Read "Music as a Profession" reviewed by Chuck Anderson

Music as a career has always been met with considerable skepticism. This stems from a basic misunderstanding of the types of music involvements that are possible. The concept of the “starving musician" is but one of the many stereotypes. This installment of “The Art and Science of Jazz" is devoted to illustrating other alternatives.Music ...

Jazz As Art

Read "Jazz As Art" reviewed by Chuck Anderson

The new jazz has nothing to do with the music. It has to do with the attitudes, the perception about jazz. History has created an image about jazz and jazz musicians. It's not a flattering image nor is it a beneficial one. Drugs, heavy drinking, seedy clubs and late hours have all contributed to this unseemly ...

The Musical Art of Jazz: Your Own Thing

Read "The Musical Art of Jazz: Your Own Thing" reviewed by Chuck Anderson

Art or commercialism? It's almost always a problem to musicians and singers who pursue the jazz industry. We recognize it as an art but it has to make money to be a profession. Are these two concepts in conflict with each other or are they merely paradoxical? We know that anything can be marketed by the ...

Marketing Solutions and Reaching a Larger Audience

Read "Marketing Solutions and Reaching a Larger Audience" reviewed by Chuck Anderson

No matter what your involvement is in music, marketing needs to be a way of life. This is true more for the musician seeking to make a living in music but it generally applies to anyone with goals other than pure aesthetics. What is marketing? Marketing is the entire range of activities that involve ...

Marketing Jazz and the Public Perception

Read "Marketing Jazz and the Public Perception" reviewed by Chuck Anderson

[ed. note: Chuck Anderson has had an amazingly diverse career in music. He has worked successfully as a professional guitarist, composer, author, clinician and lecturer. He has owned and directed music schools, recorded a dozen CDs, written twenty books on music, run a production company, written for national magazines and currently maintains a busy music consulting ...

Walk With Me

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2007


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