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Jeff Clayton (born February 16, 1954) is an American jazz alto saxophonist and flautist.
Clayton studied oboe at California State University and undertook a tour with Stevie Wonder. Following this he recorded with Gladys Knight, Kenny Rogers, Michael Jackson, Patti Labelle, and Madonna. With his brother John Clayton he founded The Clayton Brothers in 1977, and later formed the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra with Jeff Hamilton.
He has worked with Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Ella Fitzgerald, Woody Herman, Lionel Hampton, Ethan Smith, and Lena Horne, and played in the Count Basie Orchestra while under the leadership of Thad Jones. From 1989 to 1991 he was a member of the Phillip Morris Superband. He also toured with Gene Harris, Dianne Reeves, Joe Cocker, B.B. King and Ray Charles.
In December 2009 Brother To Brother by The Clayton Brothers received a Grammy nomination in the Best Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or Group category.Boogie-Down, Ernestine Anderson and the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, 1989
Groove Shop, Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra (George Bohannon, Oscar Brashear, Bobby Bryant, Lee Callet, Jeff Clayton, John Clayton, Bill Green, Thurman Green, Jeff Hamilton, Bob Hardaway, Clay Jenkins, Michael Lang, Doug MacDonald, Herb Mickman, Ira Nepus, Maurice Spears, Rickey Woodard, Snooky Young), 1989
Heart and Soul, Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, 1991
Music, The Clayton Brothers (John Clayton, Jeff Clayton, Bill Cunliffe, Jeff Hamilton), 1991
Absolutely, Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, 1995
Expressions, The Clayton Brothers (John Clayton, Jeff Clayton, Bill Cunliffe, Herlin Riley), 1997
Explosive!, Milt Jackson and the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, 1999
Siblingity, The Clayton Brothers (John Clayton, Jeff Clayton, Bill Cunliffe, Jeff Hamilton, Terell Stafford), 2000
Back in the Swing of Things, The Clayton Brothers, 2005
Christmas Songs, Diana Krall and the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra, 2005
Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra: Live at MCG, 2005
Flirting With Twilight, Kurt Elling, 2001