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Allan Curtis Barnes (September 27, 1949 – July 25, 2016) was an American jazz musician, based in Detroit for the majority of his career. Barnes was born in Detroit, Michigan, on September 21, 1949. He received his first musical training from his musician uncles, Joe and Robert Barnes. In 1967, Barnes enlisted in the United States Army and trained at the Army Element of the . Naval School of Music. After a year in the 437th, he was deployed to Vietnam and the 4th Division Army Band.
Alan Barnes (born 23 July 1959) is an English jazz musician. As leader or sideman. Between 1977 and 1980 Barnes attended Leeds College of Music, where he studied saxophone, woodwinds and arranging before moving to London. In 1980 he played with the Midnight Follies Orchestra and the following year was with the Pasadena Roof Orchestra, touring Europe until 1983.
Alan Barnes is a jazz saxophonist from Cheshire, England. He played with The Pasadena Roof Orchestra at the start of the 80s but became better known as part of Tommy Chase's blistering hard-bop combo from 1983 to 1986. He then became part of The Jazz Renegades, recording a number of albums with co-founder Steve White, before leaving to take up in a place in the Humphrey Lyttleton Big Band.
Alan Barnes: все альбомы, включая Ask Me Now, Fish Tales: Music and Poetry Inspired by the Grimsby Fishing Industry Heritage, Lala Palombo и другие. Al Swainger, Craig Milverton & Nick Millward. Inside Out. David Newton, Alan Barnes.
ALAN BARNES is a big band, progressive big band, vocal jazz, swing, post bop, latin jazz hard bop music artist. Alan Barnes was born in Cheshire in 1959. He studied at Leeds College of Music and became proficient on alto and baritone saxophones and clarinet.