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Kerry Campbell

KERRY CAMPBELL: Performed recorded and wrote for the popular soul group "THE DRAMATICS", from 1975 to 1983. Later Kerry joined and toured with the famed band WAR, for over 5 years, and recorded several CD's the latest being "PEACE SIGN". Kerry received his jazz training from such noted jazz giants as Yuseff Latiff, Sonny Stitt, Eddie Harris, Marcus Belgraves, Bettye Lavette, Eli Fontaine, and Lyman Woodard. It was that experience which has given Kerry Campbell the edge over most other jazz saxophonists. Kerry moved to Los Angeles, and played with such luminaries as Herbbie Hancock, George Duke, the Crusaders pianist Joe Sample, also recorded and performed with Merv Griffins' trumpeter Jack Sheldon. While performing regularly in the L.A. based club the Nucleus Nuance Kerry met the legendary Richard Bock from Fantasy Records, who upon hearing him play, signed Kerry to a two year contract and recorded two albums PHOENIX RISING and TOTAL BE-BOP. Richard Bock, is known for producing such giants as, JOHN COLTRANE, WES MONTGOMERY, and LES McCAN. it was high praise for Kerry to be produced by such a well established and respected producer. Currently Kerry lives and works in Las Vegas. Kerry only works with recording artists on new projects and touring bands and orchestras. Kerry was featured on 2 CD's in 1999, "A Family Christmas" with Peabo Bryson", and "Creole Woman produced by Leon Haywood".

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