Edmonton saxophonist Dave Babcock has earned a reputation as one of Canada’s leading saxophonists. A multi-instrumentalist, bandleader, producer, musical director, and clinician, Babcock has performed at major concert halls and music festivals across the country. He is also a sought-after session player and can be heard on albums, television, and radio across the country. Listed below are some of Babcock’s most memorable performances.
Babcock was born in Manitouwadge, Ontario, and grew up in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. His achievements include becoming the first coach to earn entrance into the Triple Gold Club, which comprises a Stanley Cup title, an IIHF World Championship title, and an Olympic gold medal. Babcock has guided the Detroit Red Wings to the Stanley Cup twice – in 1998 and 2008 – and has also guided Team Canada to three consecutive Winter Olympics gold medals. He is the only coach in history to win six distinct national and international titles.
The Milwaukee Bucks have a long history of hiring Babcock as a scout. He joined the organization in 1997 and has held various positions since. Babcock is also a respected writer on food-borne illness litigation. In fact, he has authored several articles on this topic. Babcock’s book, “The Ultimate Scorer”, is the perfect resource for anyone interested in the NBA’s front office. Babcock’s experience as a scout will help you in determining how to handle any given situation.
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|Born Name||David Caldwell Babcock|
|Date of Birth||September 12, 1854|
|Place of Birth||Vancouver, Canada|
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