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Adam Hawley, currently a resident of Los Angeles, started his music career in the Portland Metro Area of Oregon before moving to Southern California in 2002. He has performed and/or recorded in a myriad of settings with such artists as Lalah Hathaway, Ruben Studdard, Jennifer Lopez, The Backstreet Boys, Natalie Cole, Sheila E, Peabo Bryson, Terry Lewis, Larry Graham, Jordin Sparks, Fantasia, Eric Benet, Rahsaan Patterson, Mario, Monica, The Manhattan Transfer, Marc Anthony, Flo Rida, Lil’ Wayne, Wisin Y Yandel, Pit Bull, Phil Perry, Jessy J, Kenny Latimore, Michael McDonald, Tiara Thomas, Montell Jordon, Sally Richardson-Whitfield, Brian Culbertson, Richard Elliott, Euge Groove, Gerald Albright, Kirk Whalum, Take 6, Ray Parker Jr., Nick Collione, Gregg Karukas, Michael Lington, Jonathan Fritzen, Selina Albright, Eric Darius, Jeff Lorber, Jimmy Haslip, Phillipe Saisse, Peter White, Althea Rene, Elan Trotman, Rick Braun, Brian Simpson, Mindi Abair, Keiko Matsui, Peter White, War, John Hendrix, The New York Voices, Marc Antoine, Regina Carter, Chick Corea, Pat Metheny, The Escovedo Project, Onitsha, Barbara Lewis, Styles P, Regina King, and toured with Spirit Productions "Solid Gold Motown" show throughout the world.
Adam also teaches as Musician's Institute, College of Contemporary Music. In 2010, Adam completed a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Studio/Jazz guitar from the University of Southern California. Before this, he graduated in 2008 with a Master’s and in 2006 with a Bachelor’s from USC. At USC he was able to work with such prominent teachers as Bruce Foreman, Carl Verheyen, Anthony Wilson, Richard Smith, Pat Kelley, Steve Trovato, David Oakes, Adam Del Monte, Nick Stoubis, and Frank Potenza. During his tenure as a graduate student at USC he taught for 5 years in the non-major program instructing pop-rock guitar courses and private students. He holds endorsements with Gibson, Martin, PRS, Taylor, Carvin, Voodoo Labs, Duesenberg, Suhr, Nash, Benedetto, Divided By 13, Orange, Xotic, XTS, and Reunion Blues.
Throughout the world Adam has appeared on or with:
• Tonight Show w/ Jay Leno • Jimmy Kimmel Live • The Late Late Show w/ Craig Fergusen • CBS Sunday Morning Show • Upcoming Live Concert DVD for Jennifer Lopez Dance Again 2012 Tour • Wetten, dass..? - Largest TV Show in Germany • Hollywood Bowl • Blue Note in New York, Tokyo, and Milan • Lincoln Center-New York • Playboy Jazz Festival • Catalina Jazz Festival • Jakarta Jazz Festival-Indonesia • Ronnie Scott’s-London • Music Director for New Beginning Christian Fellowship • Music Director for Bill Gaither Southern Gospel Tribute at Eagle Rock Seventh Day Adventist Church • W/ Pat Metheny at Arnold Schoernburg Institute, USC • Shared stage with Chick Corea at Peruvia, Italy Jazz Festival • At CBS Studios w/ rock group Faer
An incredible act and one worth watching, saxophonist Marcus Anderson is the golden child shining among stars. With 12 studio albums on his list of accomplishments, the fusion jazz artist brings R&B, Pop, Rock, Latin and Funk to make music that puts listeners in another atmosphere. Charting number one in both categories of Billboard’s Smooth Jazz and Sirius XM’s Watercolors with his exceptional hit “A Cup Of Joe” from the album AND Coffee the Spartanburg, SC native is delivering major music in a humble way. His work with the late Prince and the New Power Generation led him to join stages with the likes of Ceelo Green, Judith Hill, Stevie Wonder, and Liv Warfield just to name a few, where he had become a key contributor in these touring band. Prince also featured Marcus on his last release Hit N Run Phase 2, playing on “Revelation” and “Look at Me Look at You”.
Anderson is an act that puts on a show for and with household names. Whether he is performing for dignitaries such as President Barack Obama, Jesse Jackson and Hillary Clinton or blazing the stage with Sheila E., Anthony Hamilton or Miguel in a collaborative effort, Anderson is always the man of the hour, delivering stellar musicianship every time. Stevie Wonder, CeeLo Green, Lailah Hathaway, Eric Benet, Brian Culbertson, Jennifer Holiday are just a few out of the numerous world-renowned artists that Anderson has opened for and with whom he has shared the stage.
Both near and far, audiences of all musical tastes have made their way to hear Marcus Anderson and his band Limited Edition. He and his band present a show in which no other instrumentalist has ever brought to the stage. He not only plays the sax but serves as the lead vocalist and performs choreography as well. High-spirited and welcoming, Anderson is a multi-instrumentalist who is not afraid of “showing out” He’s a fan-favorite at highly recognized festivals such as Essence Music Festival, Catalina Island Jazz Trax Festival, Seabreeze Jazz Fest and many more. He has also appeared with headliners on top-ranking shows like The Tonight Show, Arsenio Hall, Jimmy Kimmel Live! and Jimmy Fallon.
The Tin Pan
8982 Quioccasin Road
Richmond, VA, 23229