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Tom Gullion (born July 25, 1965, Clinton, Indiana) is an American saxophonist. Gullion studied with David Baker at the world-renowned Indiana University Jacobs School of Music as well as Northwestern University. While still at university, he joined the J. J. Johnson quintet along with Cedar Walton, Rufus Reid and Victor Lewis. Gullion later went on to live in A Coruña, Spain and performed extensively with Clunia Jazz. Gullion continues to perform and teach in the Midwest.

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  • Tom Gullion (Clinton, 25 juli 1965) is een Amerikaanse jazz-saxofonist (tenorsaxofoon en sopraansaxofoon), klarinettist en fluitist. Gullion studeerde aan Jacobs School of Music aan Indiana University en aan Northwestern University. Tijdens zijn studie speelde hij in het quintet van J.J. Johnson (naast onder meer Cedar Walton), later was hij in Spanje actief in de groep Clunia Jazz. Terug in Amerika nam hij verschillende cd's op, voor Naim Audio en Momentous Records. Ook begon hij een duo met de pianist William Neil. Gullion speelde mee op platen van onder meer Al Cobine, David N. Baker en Christie Knapp.
  • Tom Gullion (born July 25, 1965, Clinton, Indiana) is an American saxophonist. Gullion studied with David Baker at the world-renowned Indiana University Jacobs School of Music as well as Northwestern University. While still at university, he joined the J. J. Johnson quintet along with Cedar Walton, Rufus Reid and Victor Lewis. Gullion later went on to live in A Coruña, Spain and performed extensively with Clunia Jazz. Gullion continues to perform and teach in the Midwest.
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  • Tom Gullion (born July 25, 1965, Clinton, Indiana) is an American saxophonist. Gullion studied with David Baker at the world-renowned Indiana University Jacobs School of Music as well as Northwestern University. While still at university, he joined the J. J. Johnson quintet along with Cedar Walton, Rufus Reid and Victor Lewis. Gullion later went on to live in A Coruña, Spain and performed extensively with Clunia Jazz. After returning to the United States, Gullion recorded two successful CDs for Naim Audio: "Cat's Cradle" and "Greens and Blues". In 2009, Gullion released "Carswell" for Momentous Records. Gullion continues to perform and teach in the Midwest.
  • Tom Gullion (Clinton, 25 juli 1965) is een Amerikaanse jazz-saxofonist (tenorsaxofoon en sopraansaxofoon), klarinettist en fluitist. Gullion studeerde aan Jacobs School of Music aan Indiana University en aan Northwestern University. Tijdens zijn studie speelde hij in het quintet van J.J. Johnson (naast onder meer Cedar Walton), later was hij in Spanje actief in de groep Clunia Jazz. Terug in Amerika nam hij verschillende cd's op, voor Naim Audio en Momentous Records. Ook begon hij een duo met de pianist William Neil. Gullion speelde mee op platen van onder meer Al Cobine, David N. Baker en Christie Knapp.
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