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Greg Vail


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Greg Vail is a Saxophonist living in Southern California, playing a variety of music styles that include Jazz Saxophone, Smooth Jazz, Gospel Jazz, Pop, Rock, R&B, Contemporary Christian, Instrumental Pop and Christmas Music Genres.

Greg Vail has toured and recorded with some of the hottest names in the jazz, pop, and Christian music scenes including Rick Braun, Peter White, Greg Adams, Josh Groban, Petra, Crystal Lewis, Natalie Cole, Al Jarreau, Michael McDonald, Earth Wind and Fire, and Smokey Robinson.

Over the last 30 years, Vail has also made appearances for everything from television and cable, BET Jazz, History, Fox News, TBN, to the national commercial for TimeLife Records promoting the renowned Sax by Candlelight and Sax by Moonlight CDs which sold in the millions worldwide.

Vail first picked up the saxophone at the age of six and continued to play throughout his education, graduating in 1984 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from Cal State Long Beach. After graduation, he worked with many local area bands until joining smooth jazz super group, Kilauea, in 1991. Vail recorded four albums with Kilauea before joining up with smooth jazz guitar sensation Peter White.

In 1995, Greg Vail released his debut solo record, eMotion on Brainchild Records. In 1996, when he left Kilauea, he recorded Sax by Candlelight for TimeLife. In 2000, Vail began his own record label, Greg Vail Music, and currently has six solo releases on the label including Christmas, the Hymns 2000

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  • Monstersax

    What a beautiful sound in the high register. Big Compliment.

    8 Apr 2010 Reply

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