ABOUT

Soprano, Alto, Tenor sax player. I double on flute. Some percussion and piano ability .
I have played in Wedding bands, Jazz and Latin big bands, Jazz Combos, as well as pits for musicals.

Currently a member of the funk, rock, soul-jazz group The Hub Kings.
http://www.hubkings.com/

Studio experienced.
Looking to play when my schedule allows..

More info at: regparham.com.

Screen name:
Reg Parham
Member since:
May 20 2007
Active within 24 hours
Level of commitment:
Very Committed
Years playing music:
30
Gigs played:
50 to 100
Tend to practice:
More than 3 times per week
Available to gig:
2-3 nights a week

Influences

Charlie Parker, Sonny Rollins, Dexter Gordon, John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, Phil Woods, Sonny Stit, James Moody, Jimmy Heath, Bootsie Barns,
Hank Mobley, Houston Person,
Ernie Watts, Tim Price, Hank Crawford, Maceo Parker, Michael Brecker,
Jr. Walker, Grover Washington Jr., David Sanborn, John Klemmer ,Kenny Garret, Euge Groove, Gato Barbari,, Hubert Laws, David Coz, Boney James, Andy Snitzer, Kenny G, Walter Beasley, and many, many other excellent players.

Instrument experience:

Saxophone:
Expert
Flute:
Advanced
Other Percussion:
Beginner
Piano:
Beginner

EQUIPMENT

Soprano, Alto, Tenor Saxophones ( Cannonball), Flute, Guiro, Claves, tambourine,
microphone, mixer, cables etc...

MUSIC

CALENDAR

Past Events

JPD Project at the Founders Day Luncheon Saturday April 22, 2017
at The Westwood, Garwood, NJ

The Hub Kings create a vibe, centered on the lush tones of the Hammond organ, and swing from the classic style of Booker T & the MGs to more contemporary artists like Medeski, Martin & Wood. The show consists of original material and standards.

The Hub Kings formed in 2007 and since then have performed on WRSU 88.7 FM, won a slot on Universal Audio’s online magazine for their "Last Train Out” and completed their first CD entitled “This Way”. It is available through the band's website www.hubkings.com, iTunes, CDbaby.com and includes compositions ranging from funk to lounge jazz.

To learn more about the Hub Kings visit www.hubkings.com

The Hub Kings create a vibe, centered on the lush tones of the Hammond organ, and swing from the classic style of Booker T & the MGs to more contemporary artists like Medeski, Martin & Wood. The show consists of original material and standards.

The Hub Kings formed in 2007 and since then have performed on WRSU 88.7 FM, won a slot on Universal Audio’s online magazine for their "Last Train Out” and completed their first CD entitled “This Way”. It is available through the band's website www.hubkings.com, iTunes, CDbaby.com and includes compositions ranging from funk to lounge jazz.

To learn more about the Hub Kings visit www.hubkings.com

The Hub Kings create a vibe, centered on the lush tones of the Hammond organ, and swing from the classic style of Booker T & the MGs to more contemporary artists like Medeski, Martin & Wood. The show consists of original material and standards.

The Hub Kings formed in 2007 and since then have performed on WRSU 88.7 FM, won a slot on Universal Audio’s online magazine for their "Last Train Out” and completed their first CD entitled “This Way”. It is available through the band's website www.hubkings.com, iTunes, CDbaby.com and includes compositions ranging from funk to lounge jazz.

To learn more about the Hub Kings visit www.hubkings.com

http://www.raritanriverfestival.net/entertainment/

The Hub Kings create a vibe, centered on the lush tones of the Hammond organ, and swing from the classic style of Booker T & the MGs to more contemporary artists like Medeski, Martin & Wood. The show consists of original material and standards.

The Hub Kings formed in 2007 and since then have performed on WRSU 88.7 FM, won a slot on Universal Audio’s online magazine for their "Last Train Out” and completed their first CD entitled “This Way”. It is available through the band's website www.hubkings.com, iTunes, CDbaby.com and includes compositions ranging from funk to lounge jazz.

To learn more about the Hub Kings visit www.hubkings.com

Hub Kings will perform at the
9th Annual Green Day Festival
Sunday, September 18, 2016
12 to 4 p.m.
St. Joseph’s High School
328 Vine Street

The Hub Kings create a vibe, centered on the lush tones of the Hammond organ, and swing from the classic style of Booker T & the MGs to more contemporary artists like Medeski, Martin & Wood. The show consists of original material and standards.

The Hub Kings formed in 2007 and since then have performed on WRSU 88.7 FM, won a slot on Universal Audio’s online magazine for their "Last Train Out” and completed their first CD entitled “This Way”. It is available through the band's website www.hubkings.com, iTunes, CDbaby.com and includes compositions ranging from funk to lounge jazz.

To learn more about the Hub Kings visit www.hubkings.com

http://www.oldbridgelibrary.org/event/saturday-hub-kings/

The Hub Kings create a vibe, centered on the lush tones of the Hammond organ, and swing from the classic style of Booker T & the MGs to more contemporary artists like Medeski, Martin & Wood. The show consists of original material and standards.

The Hub Kings formed in 2007 and since then have performed on WRSU 88.7 FM, won a slot on Universal Audio’s online magazine for their "Last Train Out” and completed their first CD entitled “This Way”. It is available through the band's website www.hubkings.com, iTunes, CDbaby.com and includes compositions ranging from funk to lounge jazz.

To learn more about the Hub Kings visit www.hubkings.com

The Hub Kings are:
Jonathan Tristram- Hammond Organ
Reg Parham- Saxophone
Bongo Dave- Drums & Percussion

JPD Project at the Founders Day Luncheon Saturday April 23, 2016
at The Westwood, Garwood, NJ

The Hub Kings create a vibe, centered on the lush tones of the Hammond organ, and swing from the classic style of Booker T & the MGs to more contemporary artists like Medeski, Martin & Wood. The show consists of original material and standards.

The Hub Kings formed in 2007 and since then have performed on WRSU 88.7 FM, won a slot on Universal Audio’s online magazine for their "Last Train Out” and completed their first CD entitled “This Way”. It is available through the band's website www.hubkings.com, iTunes, CDbaby.com and includes compositions ranging from funk to lounge jazz.

To learn more about the Hub Kings visit www.hubkings.com