Saxophonist/Vocalist Donn Bynum lives in Long Beach, California, but is originally from Cincinnati, Ohio. He began piano lessons at the age of four years old and started playing saxophone at age 12. When Donn turned 18, he joined funkateer-Bootsy Collins for several shows before attending Central State University in Wilberforce, Ohio. After graduating with a BS in Education, Donn joined the world famous "Commodores" and ventured on several world tours of Europe, Asia, Africa, as well as the USA. They also performed in Bermuda, Nassau Bahamas, and the Virgin Islands. Donn played sax, flute, keyboards and drums while touring with the Commodores, and played drums on the song "Brick House" during an appearance on the "Motown 25th Anniversary" television show.
Donn performed for several years with international recording artists "The Brothers Johnson", and appeared on the tv show "Motown Live". Bootsy''s Rubber band called him back for several years of international touring and recording. During that time frame, he played on Bootsy''s cd entitled "Bootsy''s New Rubber Band Live in Japan". Donn was featured on the song "Make My Funk The P-Funk", along with funk master keyboardist Bernie Worrell. Donn has also recorded and performed with stellar award winning gospel artist "Kenny Smith". He has recorded with many other gospel artists, and loves to share his gift of music while attending church.
His first cd “Do You Feel Me?” is now available, with Bernie Worrell (Parlament/Funkadellic) playing keyboards on three songs, and smooth jazz guitarist Paul Jackson Jr. on three songs.
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