- Music Industry Mourns the Loss of George Duke – CNN
Jazz great George Duke, a visionary keyboardist, producer, composer and arranger, has died in Los Angeles. He was 67. The Grammy-winning artist was known for blending jazz with rock, funk, R&B and Brazilian sounds, creating music that moved beyond boundaries. Over the course of his lengthy career, which spanned nearly 50 years, the prolific musician collaborated with notables such as Miles Davis, Michael Jackson, Anita Baker and Frank Zappa…
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- Pharez Whitted reaches people onstage and off - Chicago Tribune
Chicago Tribune Pharez Whitted reaches people onstage and off Chicago Tribune Brilliant jazz soloists always have been abundant in Chicago, but some of them extend their reach far beyond the bandstand. Consider Pharez Whitted, an exceptional trumpeter who plays Saturday night at Winter's Jazz Club. In addition to his ubiquity in ...
- The 10th annual Lowcountry Jazz Festival heads to the Gaillard on Labor Day weekend - Charleston City Paper
Charleston City Paper The 10th annual Lowcountry Jazz Festival heads to the Gaillard on Labor Day weekend Charleston City Paper The Lowcountry Jazz Festival — a.k.a. the best way to hear smooth jazz in Charleston, celebrates its 10th anniversary with a Labor Day weekend full of tunes kicking off Sat. Sept. 1. This year's headliners include four-time Grammy nominated ...
- July 15: St. James Live Presents Smooth Jazz Saxophonist Chris Godber - WCLK
WCLK July 15: St. James Live Presents Smooth Jazz Saxophonist Chris Godber WCLK Programming on WCLK is made possible in part by St. James Live, presenting for one night only Sunday, July 15, Smooth Jazz Saxophonist Chris Godber. Godber has performed with Snarky Puppy, Gerald Albright, and Tower of Power, among others.
- GUITARIST U-NAM - BlogTalkRadio (blog)
BlogTalkRadio (blog) GUITARIST U-NAM BlogTalkRadio (blog) With featured performances from the consistently excellent U-Nam, plus the timeless Bob James, it promises to be one of the smooth jazz events of the year. Follow U-Nam onFacebook,Twitter, and Instagram. Follow Andrey Chmut on Facebook.