Friday, December 11th in the Church at 7 p.m.
Saxophone Recording Artist Eirinn Abu performs at St. Helen Catholic Church.
On Friday, December 11, masterful soprano saxophonist and recording artist Eirinn Abu will be performing a concert at 7:00 p.m. at St. Helen Catholic Church located at 2000 20th Street, Vero Beach.
Eirinn Abu will be performing selections from his A Saxy Christmas album along with selections from his new album HYMNS.
This instrumental phenomenon began playing at age 10 in Maryland. Everything then took a backseat to Abu’s love of the saxophone and his growth as a truly gifted musician.
During college his attention turned to the health care industry, and he became a successful sales and marketing executive. But, while taking a walk one day, he bought a saxophone that caught his eye from the window of a pawn shop and his career path changed back to total commitment to a grueling schedule of rehearsing and recording music.
Abu’s efforts were rewarded with his first independently released smooth jazz CD, featuring accompaniment of the Miami Sound Machine and the writing of Jon Secada.
The artist is now known for giving his instrument a new voice and sound, full of soul and emotions, his peers call him the instrumental version of Andrea Bocelli. His talent has warranted Dolly Parton’s singing her “I Will Always Love You” on his CD’s, “A New Creation” and “Forever In Love.”
Abu and his wife Brandy Doyle moved from Nashville, Tennessee, to Rockledge, Florida over seven years ago with their ministry, Music for Life Ministries. Four years ago, they relocated to Venice, Florida from which they continue to share their music ministry with churches around the country as they have for more than ten years.
Visit his website to sample the music of Eirinn Abu and to read about his new book, Circle of Confusion.