Sean Khan

Sean Khan, a London-born jazz saxophonist, is also known as Sean Khan. Sean Khan’s record career began as a leader in the cult Broken Beat band, the SKradicals. He was the first to sign an album to Goya music (People Records) with this group. With them, he released “When will we belong”, the world’s first Broken Beat record. This album features a wide range of Broken artists including Kaidi Tathum and Bugz in Attic’s Daz I-Kue. Over the years, Sean worked/recorded/was involved in remixes with many underground stalwarts, including Bugz In the Attic’s Recloose, Mark de Clive Lowe, and many more. SKradicals, Sean, and Ronnie Scott’s were the headline acts at The Jazz Cafe and Ronnie Scott’s. They also performed at European festivals. Slow Burner was Sean’s first jazz album. It was released by FarOut records in 2009. This record was Sean’s return to his jazz roots. Muriel, Sean’s next album, was a more jazz-oriented record. He worked with Omar, Sabrina Malheiros, Nicola Conte and 4Hero. This record saw Sean headline Ronnies Scotts’ Jazz Cafe. Muriel received a 4 star review from Evening Standard and was critically acclaimed by the BBC. Palmares Fantasy was Sean’s final record. It was recorded in Brazil by Hermeto Pascoal, Miles Davis, Airto and Herbie Hancock, among others. Sean was reunited with Sabrina Malheiros on this record, which also featured Ivan Mamao Conti (Azymuths’) on drums. This record received Jazz FM play listing and wide play on BBC Worldwide FM. The Evening Standard and Down Beat both gave Palmares Fantasy a 4 star rating. He is also known as a pioneer in Broken Beat. He has played and collaborated with many musicians and artists over the years, including Lisa Stansfield and Marcos Valle. From

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