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Chateau Flute

$995.00 $695.00

Chateau Flutes are available. This flute is made in Taiwan and is a very good flute for both students and professionals.
Photo features Jaman Laws… a very good jazz musician in his own right and son of Ronnie Laws and Nephew of Hubert Laws…

Description

**Introductory Special Price! Feb. March 2020 Only4 available at this price!
Chateau  Flute available. This flute is made in Taiwan and is a very good flute for both students and professionals.
Features:
Great head joint ….
Silver Plated Keys
Range to Low C
Split E mechanism
Jaman Laws Chateau Woodwind Artist

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BeyVbGwnk1U&feature=youtu.be

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBY24ykgROc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6P2PqbkYOcc

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 Jaman Laws Chateau Woodwind Artist
Los Angeles, California based Jaman Laws grew up in a musical family. Jaman is the son of legendary saxophonist Ronnie Laws and nephew of Hubert Laws the great jazz flutist. At an early age, Jaman showed an interest in music while traveling on tour with his father. Jaman began to catch on to the playing many of the jazz greats like Earth, Wind and Fire, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Stevie Wonder, The Jazz Crusaders, and many more. At the age of ten, his father bought him his first alto saxophone and encouraged him to study music in school. Jaman began performing in the school bands, learning how to read and play music, as well as how to play by ear. After graduating high school, he decided to take his music career further by attending local junior colleges while performing on the road with his father. At the age of 20, Jaman started playing locally in the Los Angeles area at open jam sessions. He started to discover and absorb as much as he could from the musicians around him. While playing live, he started to develop a name for himself and began performing with local bands, playing reggae, R&B, hip-hop, and jazz. One of his first official gigs was with well-known drummer Norman Conners, who inspired and motivated Jaman to work himself more and more into the music scene. He soon began playing with his two aunts Eloise and Debra Laws, and eventually got to showcase his talents on the HBO special “Lakawanna Blues”. While playing with other groups, Jaman always planned to pursue a solo career. He began writing and arranging his own music, a fusion of hip-hop, funk, jazz, and soul. Jaman has just finished his first solo record entitled “Imagery”, produced by Craig T. Cooper and Ronnie Laws

Jaman has recently joined the B.B. King All Stars and will be touring worldwide starting April 2020. Along with many performances with his own band throughout the year.