Wendell Harrison, born in 1942 in Detroit, Michigan, is an American jazz clarinet player and saxophonist. With a career spanning several decades, Harrison has established himself as a prominent figure in the jazz music scene. His soulful and expressive playing style has captivated audiences around the world.
Harrison's musical influences can be traced back to his early years growing up in Detroit, a city known for its rich musical heritage. He draws inspiration from artists such as *Phil Ranelin*, *The Lyman Woodard Organization*, and *Tommy Mcgee*. His unique sound blends elements of jazz, funk, and soul, creating a captivating fusion that sets him apart from other musicians.
Throughout his career, Harrison has collaborated with renowned artists including *Weldon Irvine*, *Ana Mazzotti*, and *Lonnie Liston Smith*. His contributions to the jazz genre have earned him critical acclaim and recognition among his peers. With each performance, he continues to push boundaries and explore new sonic territories.