Discovered by Ray Charles, trombonist Sarah Morrow is the first female instrumentalist to become a member of his orchestra. She toured with the legend from November 1995 through May 1997 and left the group to tour and perform with Foley (lead bassist for Miles Davis) and later with Dee Dee Bridgewater, David Murray, the Duke Ellington Orchestra, organist Rhoda Scott, funk legend Pee Wee Ellis, the American All-Stars in Paris, and the Tribute to Mingus band featuring Mingus alumni Ted Curson and Ricky Ford. With the release of her first album “Greenlight” in 1999, Sarah launched her solo career and has gone on to win critical acclaim as a prominent soloist, bandleader, and composer /arranger.
Sarah Morrow Trombone rockstar was born in Huston and grew up in Ohio. Her enjoy for jazz was from an extremely early age and her passion is reflected in her albums that are all most sold out whenever it truly is out. She is among the finest artists in the world of jazz who has taken it to a new level. She has the hint of contemporary music but in addition keeps the roots of classic in them. Blend of each and every pure aspect she has offered the very best albums and music for the world and she deserves all of the recognition she holds.
Most recently this “SuperStar of the Trombone” collaborated with Dr. John as arranger and co-producer of his upcoming cd release. 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 (Mos Def, QTip), drummer Chris Dave (Maxwell) and DJ Qmillion (Toni Braxton, E-40, Juelz Santana).
She joined the Lower 911 in 2012. By the end of the year, Dr.John had fired the other members of the Lower 911, as well as his longtime managers. Sarah becomes his new Music Producer. Jazz trombonist Sarah Morrow has performed as a headliner and guest performer at jazz festivals around the world and currently tours with funk legend Bootsy Collins and New Orleans R&B legend Dr. John.