Joshi Marshall

Joshi Marshall has had a large role in the Acid Jazz and Hip Hop Jazz scene in the San Francisco club area known as South of Market. He played and recorded with Groove Shop, Daddy Goddess, Human Flavor, The Mofessionals, Jungle Biskit, Alphabet Soup and Bop City. By 1995 Joshi had established himself as one of the premier sax players in the Bay Area and became one of the founding members of the popular, innovative jazz band, Mingus Amungus, who in 1997, won the Bammie Award, the Bay Area's equivalent to the music industries Grammy's, for Best Jazz Club Band.

Over the last five years Joshi has continued to play and record with a growing number of local, national and international musicians which include John Santos, Pete Escovedo, Blackalicious, Goapele, Nicodemus, Big Youth, Sister Carol, reggae icon Don Carlos, rock legend, Carlos Santana and Southern rockers, The Black Crowes. Joshi is currently working with his own ensemble, The Joshi Marshall Project. 

Home Base: San Francisco