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About

Kellon Anderson is a saxophonist, educator, and composer working in NYC.  A proficient woodwind doubler, Kellon specializes in tenor, alto and soprano saxophones, clarinet, flute, and EWI.

Born in southern Alabama, Kellon was immersed in the sounds of church, rock and roll, and the blues from the very beginning.  Now residing in Manhattan, he carries these influences into the the city's songwriter, folk, and pop scenes.  From The Bowery Electric to Rockwood Music Hall, The Cutting Room to 54 Below, and from Shapeshifter Lab to Grace Baptist Church, Kellon has performed in nearly every imaginable context with the city's grooviest musicians.

Kellon holds a Masters of Music in Jazz Instrumental Performance from New York University.

A member of the American Federation of Musicians and National Association for Music Educators, Kellon's work experience includes Jazz, Funk, R&B, Soul, Disco Polo, Klezmer, Musical Theater, Classical, Gospel, Folk, Singer-Songwriter, Country, and Pop music.