Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.
Eta Psi Sigma Chapter

Bro Everett Harp






Bro Everett Harp, an accomplished blues, jazz and gospel saxophonist; who has left his mark on the music industry as a premier horn player and all around talented musician. He has receded nine studio albums and countless collaborations with a list of famous singers and musicians. A graduate from North Texas State University with a major in music, Bro. Harp began playing locally in Houston with a few bands. Upon moving to Los Angles in the late 80’s Bro. Harp Began touring with famous artist such as Teena Marie and Anita Baker. During the 90’s Bro Harp continued to perfect his professions and gained much notoriety with weekly appearances on The Arsenio Hall Show with the house band “The Posse” , along with his new found success he continued to tour, perform and/or recorded with a wide variety of pop, R&B and jazz superstars -- Luther Vandross, Dionne Warwick, Jeffrey Osborne, Aretha Franklin, Gladys Knight, Billy Joel, Neil Diamond, Al Jarreau, After 7, Phil Perry, Go West, Natalie Cole, Chante Moore, Will Downing, John Tesh, Branford Marsalis, Herbie Hancock, Tony Williams, Wayne Shorter, Chaka Khan, Stanley Clarke, Michael McDonald and Larry Carlton among others.


Bro. Harp even played alongside former President Bill Clinton during his 1993 Inaugural ball. By the late 90’s Bro. Harp solidified his place among the chart-toppers of smooth jazz and one of smooth jazz's greatest ambassadors. Though he has slowed down a bit, Bro. Harp continues to tour and entertain millions with his combination of modern day contemporary jazz and classic soul. Currently Bro. Harp continues to play and perform all over the world but also take time out to record, produce, arrange and give interviews usually followed by a stellar performance by the saxman.