Test Your Jazz Knowledge! – Answers
1. David Sanborn contracted polio when he was 3 years old.
2. George Duke arranged and produced the song “Let’s Hear It For the Boy” (Footloose).
3. David Sanborn was a member of the Butterfield Blues Band.
4. David Sanborn hosted the musical television show, Night Music.
5. George Duke was awarded Best R&B Keyboardist by Keyboard Magazine.
6. Marcus Miller toured with his idol Miles Davis for two years.
7. David Sanborn won his first Grammy with the album Voyeur.
8. Marcus Miller produced the album Voyeur.
9. David Sanborn played a street musician in the 1988 movie Scrooged.
10. George Duke was the Music Director of the “Soul Train Music Awards” for 11 years.
11. Marcus Miller’s music education started with the recorder at age 8.
12. George Duke studied at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.
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