Nelson BraxtonNelson Braxton has been active on the San Francisco club and studio scene since his college years, playing in every type of musical situation from big band and flamenco to funk and acid jazz, and writing original material in genres as divers as country and classical.

His resume includes date with Najee, J. Spencer and Bay Area musicians Pete Escovedo, Ray Obiedo, Andy Narell, and saxophonist John Handy.

With his brother Wayne, he records for Windham Hill Jazz, including one of 1997’s biggest Smooth Jazz hits, Steppin’ Out.