In the Jazzy Limelight: Mike Burton
THE Jazz In M.E.E. is a huge fan of the incredible sax players the world has to offer, so we follow the careers of many. There is one in particular that we have followed through numerous cities and over 1500 tweets. We have experienced his excitement and felt his frustrations in Twitter land, but one thing is a given, when he takes the stage he lights it up. Mike Burton landed in Houston, Texas January 19th, 2012 with Tyler Perry’s stage play “The Have and the Have Not’s”. Burton has played keys and sax for the Tyler Perry stage productions “Madea Goes to Jail”, “What’s Done in the Dark”, “Why Did I Get Married”, “Laugh To Keep From Crying”, “Madea’s Big Happy Family”, and “A Madea Christmas”. Burton has appeared in the Perry films “Madea’s Big Happy Family”, “I Can Do Bad All By Myself”, “The Family That Preys” and “Madea’s Family Reunion”.
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