Aaron Heick


American saxophonist and woodwind player, born September 13, 1961 in Seattle, known for his work for the Late Show with David Letterman, currently living in New York. Highlights of his career include working with Chaka Khan, with whom he toured and recorded through most of the ‘90s. The new millennium brought extensive touring and recording with the Cameroonian bassist/singer Richard Bona, with whom Heick regularly toured Europe, the U.S., Asia and Africa, as well as U.S. and European tours with the one-and-only Barbra Streisand. More recently, he has been performing as a featured soloist with Sting, both live and on the artist’s recent album, Symphonicities, a project that features Sting in an orchestral setting. Also, Heick recently released his own debut solo CD, Daylight & Darkness.

Other highlights include performances and recordings with Paul Simon, Aretha Franklin, Frank Sinatra, Bruce Springsteen, Sir Elton John, Carly Simon, Donald Fagen, James Taylor, Lady Gaga, Lenny Kravitz, Sheryl Crow, Billy Joel, Suzanne Vega, Vonda Shepard, Cyndi Lauper, Audra McDonald, Phillip Glass, Vanessa Williams, Boz Skaggs, Christopher Cross, Ben E. King, Bobby Caldwell, Steps Ahead, The Manhattan Transfer, Ray Baretto, Willie Colon and The Caribbean Jazz Project. Heick is originally from Seattle. , Wikipedia
In Groups:Adam Holzman & Brave New World, Adam Holzman Band, Le Quartet Bash, Michael Leonhart Orchestra, The CBS Orchestra, The Ed Palermo Big Band, The David Ricard Big Band, The Gary Schreiner Big Band, The Hall Of Fame Orchestra, The World's Most Dangerous Band, Tony Kadleck Big Band
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