Brad Guin

R&B Saxophone Bobby Blue Bland, Muscle Shoals Soul Revue

Born: Oct. 5, 1974 Moores Bridge, AL

Source: Alabama Music Hall of Fame


Brad Guin is the Tenor Sax player for DejaBlue.  Brad has a long and storied history of performance with many great musical icons of our time.  Brad has performed with Greg Allman, Bobby "Blue" Bland, BB King, The Temptations, The Four Tops, The Ojays, Percy Sledge, Little Milton, Eddie Floyd, T.Graham Brown, Jimmy Hall, Johnny Taylor and Dr. Hook.

Brad's hot licks and tremendous tenor sounds adds a lot to the blue's horn section.  Brad also sings backup and contributes to the arrangements of the band.




Brad Guin - Advanced Band Leader

PhotobucketBrad Guin is a phenomenal saxophone player his lyrical and stylistic tenor sax playing has led Brad to some of the most acclaimed gigs a young horn player could hope for. He specializes in the Muscle Shoals and Memphis sound and has worked with some of the most influential artist of our time such as Eddie Floyd, Bobby Blue Bland, Little Milton, Clarence Carter, Johnny Taylor, B.B. King, Jimmy Hall, Percy Sledge, Gregg Allman, Bonnie Bramlet, The Temptations, Martha and The Vandellas, Four Tops, and The O'Jays. Brad Guin has been working with The Alabama Blues Project Advanced since Spring 2010 and we are proud to have him aboard.








Rick Carter- Guitar/Vocals

John Kulinich- Lead Guitar

Brandon Peeples- Bass Guitar

Leif Bonderanko- Drums

Donna Hall-Vocals

Erin Mitchell-Vocals

Lolly Lee-Vocals

Stan Foster-Vocals

Mike Estep- Vocals

Chad Fisher-Trombone

Omari Thomas-Trumpet/Saxophone

Brad Guin-Saxophones/Flute








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