About Sarah Morrow


“Sarah Morrow is the first original voice I’ve heard in a long time. She has a personal and identifiable sound—Sarah Morrow is the new voice of this Era.”

– Legendary Trombonist CURTIS FULLER
(John Coltrane, Art Blakey, Benny Golson)

 

With mr charles after a show copy
Most recently this “SuperStar of the Trombone” collaborated with Dr. John as arranger and co-producer of his upcoming cd release.  

Sarah is perhaps most known for her work as a leader, having traveled the world playing well known festivals and clubs headlining under her own name.   

Sarah’s latest, most adventurous project—the revolutionary Elektric Air—due out in Spring 2012, is Sarah’s fourth release as a leader and features pianist Robert Glasper, drummer Chris Dave and DJ Qmillion. 

As legendary jazz trombonist Curtis Fuller says, “Sarah Morrow IS the new voice of this Era. Her Elektric Air cd inspires ME.
Trombonist/composer/lyricist/producer Sarah Morrow broke into the international jazz scene in 1995 as the first female instrumentalist to join Ray Charles’ all-star orchestra.

After touring with Charles for two years, she joined a three-horn section in a funk group led by former Miles Davis lead bassist Foley. She has since recorded and toured with her own groups as well as with many great artists, including Dee Dee Bridgewater, David Murray, the Duke Ellington Orchestra, organist Rhoda Scott, tenor sax legends Pee Wee Ellis and Hal “Cornbread” Singer, The Mingus Tribute featuring Mingus alumni Ted Curson and Ricky Ford, French star Anne Ducros, funk legend Bootsy Collins, and currently tours with New Orleans R & B icon Dr. John.