You may not be familiar with the Saxophone Troubadour, Al Regni, but you have probably heard his music. If you attended New York’s Broadway theaters from the 60s to the early 2000s, you’ve heard him play. If you watched television during the 60s through the 2000s, you have listened to his music on TV shows like Twin Peaks, countless movies, classical and jazz recordings, and an array of TV commercials.
Al Regni has been a featured player in symphony
and philharmonic orchestras, saxophone quartets, and bands of famed singers. He has played most major venues in the world, from a solo concert in Carnegie Recital Hall to Tchaikovsky Hall, Moscow, and the immense concert facility in Pyongyang North Korea.
Enjoy this musical odyssey to learn about his career, amusing anecdotes, and his marvelous experiences.
Although the events that are documented in this memoir are from a bygone era, the preparation, associations and acceptance into ones chosen occupation remain basically the same
A difficult area of life for some to accept is change. Although my story represents a bygone era, the ideas of preparing for while moving forward with evolving trends remains basically the same. Dedication, practice and persistence continue to be of paramount importance.
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