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Paul Broadnax

Paul Broadnax
Born in Boston, Paul grew up with music. His mother, Ellastine Lee Broadnax, was a well-known vocal and piano teacher. Paul began as an arranger, working for the Sabby Lewis band. He freelanced on piano and vocals during the 1950s, performing with the Tom Kennedy and Buster Daniel bands. In the 1960s, he began working with bassist Champ Jones and drummer Tony Sarni, an association that lasted 15 years. Paul is the pianist and vocalist of choice for many nationally recognized jazz artists when they are in New England. He has performed with such notable musicians as Clark Terry, Joe Williams, Milt Hinton, and Dorothy Donegan.

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