About The Artist

Jervon, a native of the Turks & Caicos Islands, developed a keen interest in music during his high school years.

His first musical expressions began with the drums, however, he later developed a special interest in the saxophone as a result of his fascination with its unique shape, size and key arrangement.

He quickly became famous among the Clement Howell High School faculty and staff, and further, his community at large for his stellar performances at the school’s special events.

Throughout the years Jervon continued his performances at special school and church events, weddings and other private functions.

In 2004 he founded a one man band “Sounds of Sax” and began performing on a professional level. His music is predominantly jazz, but also offers a variety of other flavors such as R&B, Soul, Reggae, Classical, and Calypso.

He has provided musical entertainment for locally hosted events such as: The World Travel Awards, Star Awards, The Ultra Awards. He has provided musical entertainment for international companies such as Ernst & Young, Toyota and CBS. His noted international performance was for the “Making Waves” reception hosted by the Turks & Caicos Government at the Rockefeller Plaza in Manhattan, New York.

Jervon’s most notable performance was at the 2007 Turks & Caicos Music & Cultural Festival where he opened the stage for the legendary Air Supply.

Jervon attributes his success firstly to God, secondly to his parents for allowing him the opportunity to pursue music as an extra curricular activity and finally his wife and daughter for being a constant source of strength and inspiration.