featuring Carl Cox and Chris “Big Dog” Davis




Booking Contact

Major Scale Management  

Gina McCain - 703-930-4594 


Saxophonist - Carl Cox

Carl Cox is a touring saxophonist and solo recording artist from Southern New Jersey. Carl can be seen performing nationally and abroad with a variety of musical icons throughout the course of the year which include Smokey Robinson, Maysa, Incognito, Gerald Veasley and many more. His expertise on saxophone can be heard on a variety of major Grammy award winning recordings, live performances, and features on national radio. Many of his solo career singles can also be heard on XM radio which has earned the top spots on Billboard chart adds over the course of the year.

Carl grew up in Deptford, New Jersey where he is currently teaching high school music and sharing his passion of performance to his younger students. He received his Bachelor's degree in saxophone performance and Masters in Education at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.  During his time at University of the Arts, Carl had the opportunity to showcase his talent to other bands and musicians in the area where he began performing local weddings and private events. Shortly after graduating he began to get calls for touring acts from playing in different jam sessions around the area, leading to a great deal of recording/television /tours in the past 20 years. 

Carl currently can be seen performing with Smokey Robinson, Maysa Leak, Gerald Veasley, US dates for Incognito. 

Carl has performed/ toured with Kirk Franklin, Tye Tribbett, Chris "Big Dog" Davis, Peter White, Jeff Lorber, Billy Paul, Chuck Loeb, Ed Hamilton, Doc Powell, Sister Sledge, Miles Jaye, Brian Culbertson, Quest Love, Mary J. Blige, Jay Z, Vivian Green, Jill Scott, The Stylistics ,The O Jays, Marcus Johnson, Fred Hammond, Ledisi, Common, Salt-N-Pepa, Big Daddy Kane, Ndea (Brand New Heavies) and a variety of other artists in his tenure.

Recordings include Gospel vocalist Tye Tribbett who was awarded best gospel album of the year by the Grammy Association, Will Smith, Maysa Leak (2 featured solo cuts), Ellye Eyre, Roisin Murphy, Vivian Green, R Kelly, Boys II Men, Gerald Levert, Jeff Bradshaw, Kirk Franklin ("Whole Nation" on Fight of my Life album), Fantasia Trey Songz (song "Unusual"), and Musiq Soulchild and his current solo album.

Live TV Broadcasts and appearances with - Vivian Green on Carson Daly Show - TBN appearances with Kirk Franklin - VH1 Hip Hop Honors Awards ceremony - Various BET appearances with Kirk Franklin - Jimmy Fallon Show with the Roots and Goodie Mob rap group.


Keyboardist | Producer - Chris “Big Dog” Davis

Christopher J. Davis, fondly known a "Big Dog", was born in Waterbury, Connecticut to musical parents James Sr. and Mary Davis. When Chris was just four years old he had the ability to hear music in a special way. He began his piano studies at age five gripping the origins of black music at the Refuge Church of Christ in his hometown. By age sixteen, Chris recorded his first forty-five gospel where he began fusing gospel, funk, classical and jazz which he has perfected into an eclectic style all his own today.

Chris is a two-time Grammy nominated writer and producer and has 15 Billboard top #1 smooth jazz records since 2008. Chris ‘Big Dog’ Davis has received a Grammy nomination in 2014 for his work with singer/songwriter “Maysa” on her Blue Velvet Soul CD. Chris and co-producer Gerald Albright received a Grammy nomination in 2015 for their CD “Slam Dunk” In the category of “Best Contemporary Instrumental Album.”

Chris currently has his had productions in the top 25 of the Billboard Smooth Jazz Chart in October 2015. Chris has worked with artist such as Grammy nominated Maysa, multi-Grammy nominated Gerald Albright, Will Downing, Phil Perry, Najee, Brian McKnight, Chante' Moore, the late Vesta Williams, gospel giant Kim Burrell, Floacist, Glenn Jones, Miki Howard, Melba Moore, Marion Meadows, George Clinton, Selena Johnson, Avant, Kim Waters, Rick Braun, Alex Bugnon and many more. Chris has also performed as a solo artist at the Berks Jazz Fest and Philly South Kitchen and Jazz Parlor. Chris is also the music director for the Brass City Jazz Fest.