Endorsed by Dakota Saxophones, Sam Morrison has established a reputation as sax/flute player on the jazz scene. This, particularly because of his creative association with Miles Davis which amazingly lasted several years. His journey and career encompass co-operations with stellar musicians like : Gill Evans, Woody Shaw, T-Bone Walker, Michael Henderson, Buster Williams, Al Foster, Michael Shrieve, etc.. En route, he has developed a versatility that opened him up to hard bop, R&B, psychedelic electronic music, avant-garde, and other styles  that came out in the past half-century. Born in New York in 1952, Morrison grew up in a family where music and sports were high prerogatives. Beginning at age six, he studied classical clarinet at the local elementary school. Then at ten, added sax and flute  to his repertoire. He was playing gigs by 12. He enrolled at Columbia College in NYC so he could be near the jazz scene. By the 1970s, Morrison had entered the NYC  jazz scene––as a side man of Miles Davis on sax (soprano and tenor) and flute. He experimented with rhythm, melody and harmony  and later played with the wonderful Woody Shaw. He gathered international credits during that term with Miles Davis sextet, one of the many Miles jazz groups.