The legendary saxophonist Jim Horn was born and raised in sunshine filled Los Angeles, CA. He began performing before crowds at his own junior high school dances. While still in his teens and in school, he started to get gigs at local nightclubs, sitting in with whatever band would welcome him. Though Elvis was king at the time, it was artists like Clifford Scoot and Hank Crawford who held the young Jim Horn's interest; an interest that is reflected in his early musical stylings with the sax. Jim Horn began to climb the steps to musical fame in the early '60s, working with guitarist Duane Eddy. Each performance was like a stepping stone, leading Horn onward to the next pinnacle. Before long, award-winning artists were asking for him by name and allowing him solo spots on some of their tunes. If you're thinking that you have never heard ...
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