Marshall McDonald (tenor), John Colianni and Jim West (piano),
Bill Moring (bass), James Mola (drums)
McDonald is the Lead Alto Saxophone of The Count Basie Orchestra
and an 8 year veteran of The Lionel Hampton Orchestra, and has
played with Paquito D'Rivera and the United Nation Orchestra,
The Charli Persip Superband, The Illinois Jaquet Big Band and
the Chico O'Farrill Afro-Cuban Orchestra. Marshall is available
for clinics, engagements recordings, and performances. He has
performed in concert halls and venues all over the world. If you
would like to hire Marshall McDonald, or one of his musical groups
for tours or concerts please contact him via email. Marshall is
a Rico Reeds Clinician and a Yanagisawa Saxophone Clinician and
is available for Master Classes, Clinics, Lectures and Concerts.
official website of The Count Basie Orchestra is BasieBand.com
am with the D'Addario Company as an official endorser of Rico
play Jazz Select unfiled 2H Alto, Rico Reserve Classic 2 Alto,
Jazz Select unfiled 2H Tenor, Rico Jazz Select Unfiled 3M Soprano
and Rico Orange Box 2 1/2 and Rico Jazz Select 2M Baritone Reeds.
On Clarinet I use Rico Reserve Classic 3 and Grand Concert Select
3. Rico makes playing pure joy!
am an official endorser of Yanagisawa Saxophones .Yanigisawa saxophones
are THE BEST SAXOPHONES MADE TODAY, they are superiorly crafted
instruments, wtih technological advancements that retain the beauty
and sound of modern saxophone playing. I play the Yanagisawa 9932
Alto Bronze/Solid Silver special edition, the 9930 Silver Soprano,
992 Bronze Alto and the 992 Bronze Tenor.
McDonald is a Rico Reeds Artist. Rico
One of the best forums on the web about home recording Audiominds.com.
My brother Clark "Mac" McDonald (Air Force Band veteran,
trumpet, piano, guitar and studio engineer) is one of the head
advisors at this site.
the future I'm going to set up a blog about sax equipment and
practice tips, stay tuned!
some of my peers have been putting out some excellent material. I just obtained Greg Fishmans book Hip Licks for Saxophone,
Visit Greg Fishman's Website www.gregfishmanstudios.com
pay a visit to educator and saxophonist Tim Price, I have a few
of his books, excellent educational material. Tim