Ken Roberts/Edwin Williams | When The Giant Stepped

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When The Giant Stepped

by Ken Roberts/Edwin Williams

We are mainstream jazz artists, with a heavy dose of innovative tendencies.
Genre: Blues: Blues Vocals
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1. Lush Life
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2. When the Giant Stepped
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3. Here's That Rainy Day
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4. You Don't Have to Go
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5. The Shadow of Your Smile
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6. The Noble Ray
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7. You Don't Have to Go
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8. Cherokee
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9. When Sunny Gets Blue
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Ken Roberts is a music educator and performing artist who resides in the Atlanta area. After receiving his B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington in 1972, he moved to Atlanta, and began touring the southeast with several rhythm and blues bands. He studied privately with Karl Bevins, and received his M.M. from Georgia State University in 1980. He continued to perform as the lead tenor saxophonist in numerous ensembles; including, the Georgia State University Jazz Band, the 116th Georgia Army National Guard Band, the 530th Air Force Band at Dobbins Air Reserve Base, Georgia, the Atlanta Falcon's Pep Band, and many others.
Over the past three decades he has experienced the joy of teaching children as young as seven, and adults as old as fifty-seven, the wonders of music; both privately, and in the classroom setting.
He continues to pursue personal excellence in his craft through constant application, and he wants each performance to be a conversation between him and his audience.


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