Ken Stubbs is an English jazz musician, alto saxophonist and composer.
|Born||March 29, 1961, Liverpool, England|
|Genres||Jazz, jazz fusion, free improvisation|
|Occupation(s)||Saxophonist, composer, teacher|
|Labels||ECM, Cherryk Records|
|Associated acts||First House, Django Bates, Mick Hutton, Martin France, Gary Husband, Phil Robson, Scott Tinkler, Loose Tubes|
|Website||Ken Stubbs's Official site|
Saxophonist and composer known for co-founding the band First House with Django Bates, Mick Hutton, and Martin France.
He attended Salford College where he studied conducting and saxophone.
He has been developing an online jazz education library resource since the late 1990s.
He was born in Liverpool, England.
He and guitarist Paul Reynolds were both born and raised in Liverpool.
- English jazz alto saxophonists
- Avant-garde jazz saxophonists
- English jazz composers
- Crossover (music)
- ECM Records artists
- Avant-garde jazz musicians
- Musicians from Liverpool
- 21st-century saxophonists
Latest information about Ken Stubbs updated on May 07, 2021.