Alex Bone is a saxophonist, producer & composer, based in London.
Blending electronic music and jazz with a whimsical pop sensibility, Alex's sound strikes a delicate balance between the electronic and the organic, the danceable and the downtempo.
Winner of the inaugural BBC Young Musician Jazz Award, the British Jazz Awards Rising Star as well as the Kenny Wheeler Jazz Prize, Alex Bone is truly an exceptional musician.
After years of playing for others (Tom Misch and Rudimental to name a few), he has delivered a debut album with a message and intent, pushing the boundaries to convey his story and connect through the exploration of jazz combined with the endless sonic potential of electronic production.
His debut album 'Falling On Infinity' was released in July 2021, featuring guest appearances from Nile Rodgers & Cory Wong. Media support has included Jazz FM (album of the week, 2 months A list playlist), BBC 6 Music, Jazzwise and editorial from Spotify, Apple Music & Amazon.
Alex sold out the legendary Ronnie Scott’s Club in London for his album launch show and is now preparing for a series of shows in the UK and abroad.
Alex is proud to use instruments and products by Yanagisawa Saxophones, D'Addario Woodwinds and Reeds Direct.
Alex plays a Yanagisawa 991B curved soprano, alto and tenor, with D'Addario VENN reeds.
Alex highly recommends George Gladstone for woodwind instrument repairs.
Thank you to the Richard Tuner Award, Drake Yolanda Award & Neil Vint Bursary for their funding support for the creation of Alex's debut album 'Falling On Infinity'.