New York-based saxophonist Nicole Glover has been described by the press as a “precocious talent”, a “rising saxophonist”, and “uninhibited”. She first made her professional mark in her hometown of Portland, Oregon, recording and performing with Grammy-award winning artist Esperanza Spaulding. Nicole was a member of acclaimed soul group Ural Thomas and the Pain, who received an Emmy Award for their feature episode of “Oregon Art Beat”. Glover performs internationally at festivals throughout Europe and North America, and has performed with such great musicians as Kenny Garrett, Geoffrey Keezer, Bennie Maupin, Chuck Israels, Mike Clark, Bill Stewart, Mel Brown, and Helen Sung.
“I keep coming back to Glover. Clearly, we need more young women in jazz and this one is ready for the major leagues…Great things are ahead.” New York Jazz Record