Steaming hot jazz fusion from saxophonist Dwan Bosman was the special on the menu at the Red Light Cafe. Dwan attributes John Coltrane’s “A Love Supreme” as the spark that ignited his love for straight ahead jazz. The jazz roots in Dwan Bosman’s family go back to his grandfather Lloyd Smith who performed with Duke Ellington, Lionel Hampton, and Earl “Father” Hines. This tradition of jazz performance continues through to his father Dwight Bosman of the legendary Bosman Twins.
The family legacy of amazing musicians lives on in Dwan as he displays the results of his hands-on training in classical and jazz improvisational techniques under the tutelage of these great men of jazz. Dwan Bosman and his band with some help from his younger sister Morgan Bosman on vocals laid down some original jazz and R&B that was truly a treat to hear. Dwan Bosman is a showman on stage with a talent for moving the crowd with his high energy performance. A mix of straight ahead jazz, funk and R&B with influences from the 40s until now is what to expect at a Dwan Bosman show.
Dwan Bosman also has a talent for adding a funky jazzy twist as he covers the music of other artists. Whether it’s a jazz classic like Herbie Hancock’s “Cantaloupe Island” or a contemporary chart topper like Ella Mai’s “Trip”, Dwan Bosman adds his own electrifying appeal to the song.
Add Dwan Bosman to your music library and find him around the city to listen local and listen live. You can find Dwan Bosman serving up “The Sounds of Southern Hospitality” regularly at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. As a music ambassador for the city at the world’s busiest airport he is certainly helping to put the Atlanta music scene on the map for many. He is also a regular at the Velvet Note in Alpharetta.
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