Biography

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National Smooth Jazz Recording Artist Judah Sealy is a Smooth Jazz Saxophonist from Rochester N.Y.Smooth Jazz Saxophonist/Keyboardist/Producer.

Judah Sealy is from Rochester, NY.  He picked up the saxophone at a young age while attending School of The Arts from middle school to high school. He started out on the Rochester Music scene in 2010 as a side man and eventually as a bandleader in the years to come. Judah Sealy released his first single “Lifted” in May 2014 which led to his first smooth jazz album  entitled "The Arrival" on August 14th 2015. This album featured hit songs such as “Timeless Love” and “Nightime”. His follow up to his debut album was a Christmas album entitled “A Judah Sealy Christmas” which was released in December 2016.


May of 2018 saw the release of his highly anticipated album “Welcome Home”.  The 14-track album was written and produced entirely by Judah Sealy and features the hit single “Turn It Up”. “Talking Smooth Jazz” ranked “Welcome Home” as one of the top ten albums of 2018. Judah’s new single  “Turn It Up” is the latest single from the album “Welcome Home” and is currently playing on billboard stations around the country, including Sirius XM Watercolors”


Judah Sealy’s unique sound comes from a blend of vintage R&B, gospel, neo-soul and funk with some contemporary R&B influences as well. Judah's smooth saxophone style is heavily influenced by Kirk Whalum, George Furlow, Gerald Albright, and Boney James to name a few. His is also an accomplished pianist in his own right. He has shared the stage with many known acts including Kirk Franklin, Maze ft Frankie Beverly and has played on many stages including the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival. He is a very much in-demand musician that plays in various groups around his hometown. Currently, he is a music teacher at Rochester Prep West Charter Elementary School and Music Director at Church Of Love Faith Center. Judah is a graduate of Roberts Wesleyan College 2007 with a B.A. in Music.  He is married and lives in Rochester, NY with his wife.