Timeline

  • 2001
    February

    Contemporary Jazz earns Branford his third Grammy award; this time in the category, "Best Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or Group".

  • 2001
    January

    Branford's Quartet performs for the first time in Australia as part of festivals in Sydney, Melbourne and Perth.

  • 2000
    September

    Helping to shape the future of jazz in the classroom, Branford takes a part-time position with San Francisco State University as part of their music faculty.

  • 2000
    August

    Contemporary Jazz, Branford's twelfth album is released. This album features drummer Jeff "Tain" Watts, bassist Eric Revis, and pianist Joey Calderazzo, successor to the late Kenny Kirkland.

  • 2000
    February

    Branford is nominated for a Grammy in the category of "Best Jazz Instrumental Performance Individual or Group" for Requiem.

  • 1999
    March

    Release of Requiem, Branford Marsalis' first quartet album since Crazy People Music in 1990. CD features late pianist Kenny Kirkland, bassist Eric Revis and drummer Jeff "Tain" Watts.

  • 1999
    February

    Now in its eighth season, Branford Marsalis' popular syndicated National Public Radio (NPR) program, "JazzSet," wins annual Achievement in Radio Award (AIR) for "Best Syndicated Show."

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