More popularly known as a jazz musician from Japan, Yoshihiro Tsujimoto enlisted his trusty saxophone to do a cover of Avicii’s “Wake Me Up.” The young Tsujimoto sat at a drum set and supplied his own beat for the song, proving he can play more than just the saxophone and the clarinet. Here it is in all its glory.
The versatile artist was recently in Austin for SXSW. Get a load of the jam session he started earlier this month.
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Posted by RicohTheta_SXSW2017 on Saturday, March 18, 2017
Mihiro Tsujimoto was born in Nara City and began his music education in junior high. He played clarinet in the brass band during junior high and continued in high school. Once he graduated and arrived at college, he encountered an alto saxophone player and joined the ALS Jazz Orchestra. He’s gone on to win many different awards and release two albums with the jazz band, Carmela. Now he’s making the rounds and continues to be a central figure in the jazz community. Perhaps Avicii will notice and hit up Tsujimoto for a collab. One can hope.