Baron Raymonde, saxophonist, was born in New York City. By age six, he was studying piano with Dr. Emile Del Terzo at Carnegie Hall Studios. At nine, he took up the saxophone. Baron went to the University of North Texas where he received a Bachelors and Masters degree in music. After leaving college he went on tour with Matt" Guitar" Murphy of the Blues Brothers for 11 years. He recorded on Matt Murphy's Album "The Blues Don't Bother Me" .

He has performed with many artists, notably as featured sax player with Rod Stewart on his Human Tour. Baron also performed with The  Orginal Blues Brothers Band, Levon Helm, Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul, Gloria Gaynor and the GE Smith Band. He  played on themes for TV shows "Michael's Place", "Quench" and the closing Theme for NBC's Today Show.

He has also written music for the Rikki Lake show. He played sax and flute on India Aires' Grammy winning CD "Voyage To India". as well as Southside Johnny's album "Grapefruit Moon" He toured with the Broadway Show "Ain't Nothing But The Blues" and performed in the Off- Broadway  show "Love Janis". Baron also appeared in the movie "August Rush" and played sax on  PBS American Masters series "Women of Tin Pan Alley"  Baron most recently was inducted into the New York Blues Hall of Fame at BB Kings in NYC.

Baron Raymonde endorses Vandoren and Silverstein products

Website by Dave Blickstein