Ike Quebec
Born: 1918

“This incontestably superior musician has been almost
totally ignored in the chronicling of the musical form to which
he has contributed so much. Quebec was a tenor man of
the Hawkins school with a big tone and firm, vigorous style.
I hope this new perspective of the contribution Ike Quebec
has made to jazz will help to bring a little lightness to his soul
and much more recognition to his name.” Leonard Feather

An accomplished dancer and pianist, he switched to tenor
sax as his primary… Continue

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