Tuesday, June 21, 2011


R&B & Smooth Jazz Saxophonist Lord Yancyy will be one of the featured guests TONIGHT on Your15Minuteradio.com with host An Bush. Listen in TONIGHT as she continues to celebrate Black Music Month with the melodic sounds of R&B & Smooth Jazz saxophonist YANCYY!

With over 20 years experience, Yancyy is a proven entertainer for music enthusiasts of every generation.  His signature fluid sounds and interpretive mastery are the mélange of refined raw talent, diligent and continued study, with an intense passion for music and the listener.  Yancyy’s impeccable styling and artistic charisma are not confined to genre distinction, enchanting the jazz-heads, serenading classical aficionados, inspiring the ecclesiastics and electrifying pop, rock, funk and hip-hop fans.   A native of Detroit, Michigan, Yancyy recalls hearing a saxophone solo in church at the age of 13, and was gripped by the impact on the congregation, captivated by its penetration of the heart and mind.  Dawning a devout humanitarian, he envisioned himself orchestrating this melodious emanation healing and deliverance, and knew that becoming one with the instrument, he would bring peace and delight to all who were able to hear.    

Yancyy has opened for scores of contemporary music giants, including Stevie Wonder, Average White Band, Temptations, Neville Brothers, Jean Luc Ponty, George Benson, Four Tops, Yellowjackets, Pieces of A Dream, Earl Klugh, Gerald Levert, Jeffrey Osborne, Atlantic Star, Ohio Players, Kem, as well as peers, Kirk Whalum, Gerald Albright and George Howard.

He is an indelible addition to any act, and has added his captivating sounds to such greats as George Clinton, Will Downing, Howard Hewitt, Marvin Winans, Maysa, Chico DeBarge, Freddie Jackson, Jean Carne, Ray Parker Jr., Calloway Brothers, Billy Paul, Tony Rich, Contours, Adina Howard, Michael Henderson, Gene Dunlap, Marion Meadows and Straight Ahead, and many others.

Dont forget to tune in TONIGHT at 6pm! www.your15minutesradio.com. You WILL be in for a treat!

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