Alvin Nichols

Robert "BJ" Simmons

BJ Simmons is a saxophonist, recording artist, producer, and artist developer from Washington, DC. He began a rigorous course of study at the age of nine, and has since accumulated 25 years as a woodwind professional. In the spring of 2014, BJ released his critically acclaimed debut jazz album Acronyms. His versatile musical abilities have landed him multiple television and radio appearances, as well as recording sessions across many genres. BJ Simmons has worked with notable American recording artists such as: Wale (Grammy nominated rapper), Millie Jackson (blues singer), Ray Goodman & Brown (R&B group), and Ricky Dillard (gospel recording artist). He recently recorded with Ghanaian gospel singer, Sonnie Badu for his live recording session, along-side recording artists, Jonathan Nelson and Darwin Hobbs.