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Doug Webb

Doug Webb continues to be the go-to saxophonist on the Los Angeles film and television scene with over 30 years in the business, and being heard on over 500 recordings. Lately Webb has been focusing on his own work as a bandleader and jazz musician, and has released several critically acclaimed records. His latest project is titled Bright Side (Posi-Tone, 2016), which continues on the path of excellence by recording with some of the top New York area musicians and Posi-Tone label mates including Joe Magnarelli (trumpet), Brian Charette (organ), Ed Cherry (guitar) and Steve Fidyk (drums).

Bright Side continues Webb’s fruitful relationship with Posi-Tone after releasing Back East in late 2015, Triple Play in early 2015, Another Scene in 2013, and the trio of records recorded one day in 2009 (Midnight, Renovations, and Swing Shift).

Webb grew up in California, where he began playing the clarinet at the age of 8 and added saxophone and flute at 15. After receiving a Bachelor of Music from Berklee College of Music, Webb moved back to Southern California, and since then has been an in-demand saxophonist for television, film, and music.

Over his career Webb has played and recorded with such notable talents as Horace Silver, Freddie Hubbard, Horace Tapscott, Billy Higgins Sal Marquez, Stanley Clarke, Quincy Jones, Mat Marucci, Kyle Eastwood, Billy Childs, Rod Stewart, Carly Simon, Art Davis, Kenny Rogers, Bonnie Raitt, and Pancho Sanchez, and has been featured on over 150 jazz recordings. He was a member of Doc Severinsen’s big band for 15 years. He has recorded music for hundreds of movies and television programs, including Family Guy and Law And Order (sax solo on the title theme). Webb’s solos can be heard on the soundtracks of many films, including Mystic River, Million Dollar Baby, Jersey Boys, and Gran Torino.

Releases - click HERE for album reviews

Bright Side
Back East
Triple Play PR8128
Another Scene PR8115
Swing Shift PR8090
Renovations PR8075
Midnight PR8070

Press Quotes

"can speak any dialect of the family of languages known collectively as jazz, and do so with fluency and undiminished expressive power. Highly recommended to those who want to witness real adventure, paired with undeniable swing." - Phil Freeman/Burning Ambulance

"a big-time jazz saxophone voice, in league with some of the great purveyors of the instrument." - The Jazz Page

"His tenor sound is big with a bit of brightness and edge" - Skip Spratt / Sax Shed


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