Darryl Dixon (alto and soprano sax, flute), known famously for his solo on the fade-out of funk anthem Flashlight by Parliament, founded Chops Horns following his tenure with George Clinton's P-Funk collective.
After joining forces with now-leader David Watson (tenor and baritone sax, flute), they became the house horn section for legendary hip-hop label Sugar Hill Records. Soon afterwards, they found themselves on the road with the Police on their Ghost in the Machine world tour.
Known for their signature, greasy, rapid-fire arrangements, Chops have been adding cool factor to many of the biggest artists in the world for over 30 years, both on record and on stage. For a more comprehensive discography and performance history, check out: chopshorns.com/discography.html