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Meet Vince Greer of SAX MINISTRY in North Houston

Today we’d like to introduce you to Vince Greer.

Vince Greer is an up-and-coming Jazz Saxophonist born in Houston, Texas. He began playing the alto saxophone at age 12 and now he’s a multi-instrumentalist playing all saxophones, piano, flute, bass guitar and drums. He attended the High School for Performing and Visual Arts in Houston, Texas and continued his musical studies at Adelphi University and Skidmore University in New York. Vince has been actively playing with several renowned artist since then around the world.

He has won several awards like the Conrad Johnson Award and was a member of the TMEA All-State Jazz Band. Vince has also shared stages with artist such as Walter Smith III, Gerald Albright, Everette Harp, Solange Knowles, Mario Dewer Barrett, Kim Burrell, Christian Scott, Robert Glasper, Terrace Martin, Kirk Whalum, Bobby Lyle, Conrad Johnson and many more.

Vince is also the founder of the YouTube channel   “SAX MINISTRY” and is now working on his first solo project. He can currently be found on several other recordings available on iTunes/Spotify. ( Live Out Loud Band’s “Organizing Chaos EP”, MusixBox Band’s singles “Funky Genius” and “We’re Done”, Chans Thomas’s EP “The Cultured Christ” feat the Live Out Loud Band and other projects under the PFCWorship group)

Vince Greer is one of the leading saxophonists under the age of 30 in the nation whose style is creative and reflects the culture. His sound encompasses elements of Hip-Hop, Funk, Soul, Rhythm and Blues, and of course Gospel… all uniquely blended with an undertone of Jazz. Vince has a presence on both the Jazz and Gospel music scenes of Houston and is constantly evolving as he transitions into the professional arena.

He believes that Houston is a city full of great musicians/artist and has always been. He has been thoroughly inspired by the great musicians that have come from and that are still currently performing in the Houston area. His goal is to return that inspiration to people across the world. He wants to change lives by sharing his experiences and the love and dedication he now has for God. He hopes that his beliefs will resonate through his music. Vince continues to travel the world and soften hearts as he plays to the soul of many with his enchanting saxophone styles.

We’re always bombarded by how great it is to pursue your passion, etc – but we’ve spoken with enough people to know that it’s not always easy. Overall, would you say things have been easy for you?
One of the MANY challenges that I faced earlier in my career was finding out how to use the talents that were given to me in a way that was relevant, but not lacking in substance.

Once I began to understand what was substantial to God, then my desires became His desires and doors began to open that I had been preparing for.

But I soon realized I had a selfish way of viewing music. I thought that it was for my own glory. I wanted to be better than the next musician or I wanted to impress the cute girl in the audience, now my wife Stephanie Greer (guess it worked lol), either way it always rooted in my own vanity. I wanted this to change and that is what birthed “SAX MINISTRY.” Now I have found a way to ministrate, not to others but for others.

SAX MINISTRY – what should we know? What do you guys do best? What sets you apart from the competition?
SAX MINISTRY is a brand dedicated to serving God fervently and healing his people through music. We take the meekness about Christianity and popularize it through music, fashion, and pop culture.

Has luck played a meaningful role in your life and business?
Unfortunately, I don’t believe in luck. It’s God’s Plan.

Pricing:

  • Private Events $250-500
  • Weddings $500
  • Gig-related Work $125/hour
  • Ministration $500

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Image Credit:
Stephanie Grer
John Dickson Jr.

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