How goes it all? My name is Jamey Robinson, hailing from beautiful Kentucky. I've been playing the saxophone for a modest 13 years. I majored in music at The University of the Cumberlands in Williamsburg, KY where I studied jazz improvisation under my great teacher and bandleader David Threlkeld. I've had the honor of playing with native sax master Miles Osland and the incomparable, world renowned sax player Jamey Aebersold who many are familiar with through his series of popular Aebersold play-along books. With my professor Mr. Threlkeld or "T" as we all affectionately know him as, I've played the bar scenes at Knoxville, TN with the now defunct blues band JOBE, and currently 1st tenor occasional baritone saxophonist with a local community jazz orchestra that plays around the state. My skill as a saxophonist is what I would rate as Intermediate. I still feel there is a lot of learning I have left to do before I can really slip on up to that Advanced level of mastery with my craft that I want to achieve. I'm hoping that being on the forums with fellow sax players will help build my inspiration for playing and lead to some informative ideas to improve my skill.