The son of legendary saxophonist Ronnie Laws, Jaman Laws showed an interest in music at an early age. While traveling on tour with his father, Jaman gravitated to many of the jazz greats (Earth, Wind and Fire; Miles Davis; John Coltrane; Stevie Wonder; The Jazz Crusaders). At the age of ten, his father bought him his first alto saxophone and encouraged him to study music in school. After graduating from high school, he attended junior college while performing on the road with his father. He later played at open jam sessions, playing reggae, R&B, hip-hop, and jazz. He has since performed with drummer Norman Conners, his two aunts Eloise and Debra Laws; and showcased his talents on HBO’s “Lakawanna Blues.” Eventually Jaman wrote and arranged his own music, consisting of a fusion of hip-hop, funk, jazz, and soul. Jaman has just finished his first solo album entitled IMAGERY, produced by Craig T. Cooper and Ronnie Laws.