First and foremost, THANK YOU. I want to say thank you to God for giving me the gift of music to touch his people. I want to say thank you to my parents for buying my first saxophone some 14+ years ago. TRUST, I didn’t sound like John Coltrane when I first started playing. I was pretty terrible to be honest. But like great parents, they allowed me to fall without me failing because they were always there as a safety net. For that, I am forever grateful. Then to my amazing FANS that have followed and supported me throughout the beginning stages of this journey I am on. From Tampa to Tallahassee and now Atlanta, I am grateful for your positive messages of encouragement.

Growing as a man and as a musician, I am learning to live without limits: without the limitations I put on myself, the limitations others put on me, and the limitations I most importantly put on God. This year I aim to touch as many people as possible in a positive manner to simply let them know that they can overcome any obstacle in front of them through hard work and consistency. I visit quite a few schools here in the Atlanta area to motivate our youth. I am blessed to wake up every day LIVING my dreams. I quit my 9-5 job working at Office Depot three years ago to pursue music full-time. And if I can do it, so can you! Even if it’s not physically leaving a “9-5 job”, quit a 9-5 mentality. Don’t be afraid to quantify what you can’t see. Just live! It was a scary feeling, but one of the best decisions I’ve made in my life.

This year I have played for the Mayor of Atlanta, Harvard University, the Atlanta Hawks, the Atlanta Dream, LA Reid, Najee, Jeff Bradshaw, and Jill Scott! I’m just getting started family! I will be finishing my project “This is Trey Daniels” this fall and I am SO EXCITED about it! I have some amazing artists helping me out and I cannot wait to let you hear what I’ve been working on.

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