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  1. William D. Evans (born February 8, 1958) is an American jazz saxophonist, who was a member of the Miles Davis group in the 1980s and has since led several of his own bands, including Push and Soulgrass. Evans plays tenor and soprano saxophones. He has recorded over 17 solo albums and received two Grammy Award nominations.

  2. Sin relación alguna con el famoso pianista, Bill Evans comenzó su carrera musical estudiando piano (con 16 años daba recitales de piano clásico), antes de pasarse al clarinete y al saxofón. En 1978 se traslada al William Patterson College para recibir clases de Dave Liebman, quien presenta al joven músico, que en aquel entonces contaba con 22 años, ...

    • Saxofonista, músico de jazz y vocalista
    • Estadounidense
  3. Bill Evans, that’s who. Evans is a world class saxophonist and producer who made his debut on the international music scene in the 1980’s with Miles Davis (at the age of 21) and recorded 6 records with Davis. This led to touring and recording with the likes of John McLaughlin, Herbie Hancock and Mick Jagger to name a few.

  4. Throughout his 20-year career as a solo artist, multi Grammy nominated saxophonist Bill Evans has explored a variety of musical settings that go well beyond the confines of traditional jazz, including hip-hop, fusion, reggae, Brazilian and slamming funk. Evans steps into more adventurous territory on Soulgrass, blending jazz, funk and roots music ...

  5. Gritty Passionate Playful Refined Rollicking Bill Evans - Artist Details Active 1980s - 2010s Born February 9, 1958 in Clarendon Hills, IL Genre Jazz Styles Crossover Jazz Post-Bop Jazz Instrument Saxophone Jazz Contemporary Jazz Jazz-Funk Member Of Elements Mahavishnu Orchestra Submit Corrections Related Blog Posts

  6. William D. "Bill" Evans (born February 9, 1958 in Clarendon Hills, Illinois) is an American jazz saxophonist. His father was a classical piano prodigy and until junior high school Evans studied classical clarinet. Early in his studies he was able to hear such artists as Sonny Stitt and Stan Getz live at the Jazz Showcase in Chicago.