Few musicians have had the impact on the music industry as veteran
saxophonist Julien Vaught. Born in Wilmington , North Carolina, Vaught
moved to New York City where he honed his craft building into a prominent
musician on the New You scene. While at a Brooklyn night club. Vaught was
discovered by the Flamingos where he would latter become their saxophonist
touring with them for a span of three decades. Caught along with the
Flamingos, was ultimately inducted into the prestigious
Rock and Roll Hall of fame on March 1,2000.
Such accolades allowed this gifted instrumentalist to tour both nationally and internationally, performing with music legends such as: Ray Charles, Sarah Vaughn, B.B. King, Dizzy Glimpse, Smokey Robinson, Gladys Knight and the Pips, the lake Sam Cooke, and Jackie Wilson to name a few. Vaught also performs at various festivals and nightclubs throughout California with Rhythm and Blues diva Ella Pennewell. The two of them have released an album together entitled "That's The Way It Is" which is receiving critical acclaim for its Rhythm and Blues feel, infused with Jazz. With a touch of pop. Vaught delivers a stellar performance on the album commanding such tracks as "Sacrifices" and "Too Much". Vaught is a breath of fresh air to the music community. Often credited as a "living legend".