Eddy Nubine, preacher and gospel saxophonist, has been blessed with a gift from God to redefine the parameters of gospel and jazz music as we know it. Nu Flava Magazine nominated him, as a Top Ten artist in the jazz category for a his rendition of "We Fall Down." Saxophonist Eddy Nubine is the seventh child among nine siblings, and is a powerfully anointed child of God. He was called to preach at the age of fifteen by the inspiration of the Lord. Eddy’s heart for God and love for people has allowed him to see lives changed for the better through his music ministry and through his preaching. He has been gifted to preach and to play music. To that gifting he has added more than twenty-eight years of daily practice through which he has become skillful in the discipline of the saxophone. He has also been preaching for more than 20 years. Thus, it is with spiritual and personal discipline he now writes and records Spirit-breathed music and preaches under the anointing.
Eddy is an alumnus of the University of Wyoming where he studied music education. He holds a BS degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in CIS from Post University. He is also a graduate of the United States Armed Forces School of Music. Mr. Nubine currently lives in Houston, Texas with Patricia, who is his wife of 20 years, along with their three children Eddy Jr, Elijah, and Brianna.
In the fall of 1991 Eddy formed an instrumental group called “Committed” so that he could began to pursue his two musical loves: Gospel and what some now call Inspirational/Christian Jazz. Eddy served as the Saxophone Section Leader for the 8th Army Band in Seoul Korea, but recently he retired from the U.S Army after 23 years of active service. Eddy has played all over the world and he has shared his musical talent as a professional Saxophonist and has been featured on programs and onstage with great gospel recording artists such as Yolanda Adams, John P. Kee, Vicki Winans, Jason Crabb, Isaiah Thomas, Patrick Lundy, Carlis Moody, and more.
Eddy has been working as a studio musician for several recording studios across America. He shares his gift on album projects for other artists as well. He has earned the accolade of “The One-Take Man.”