TICKETS ON SALE NOW for our Grand Opening Artist David Sanborn Jazz Quintet on Wednesday, February 6, 2019

February 6, 2019 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm The Jewell

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GRAND OPENING David Sanborn Jazz Quintet, Wednesday, February 6, 2019, 6:30pm show $65
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GRAND OPENING David Sanborn Jazz Quintet, Wednesday, February 6, 2019, 8:30pm show $65
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6:30pm Show | 60-70 minute performance | Doors open at 5pm |

Food and Beverages will be served from 5pm -7:30pm

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8:30pm Show | 60-70 minute performance | Doors open at 7:45pm |

Food and Beverages will be served from 7:45pm -10:00pm

 

We are pleased to announce our GRAND OPENING Artist is David Sanborn Jazz Quintet

Wednesday, February 6th and Thursday February 7th

David Sanborn,sax

Jeff Tain Watts drums

Ben Williams bass

Geoffrey Keezer piano

Michael Dease trombone

One of the most commercially successful American saxophonists for six decades and counting, David Sanborn is a jazz musician at heart, but has transcended genres and musical boundaries throughout his entire career. Rolling Stone says, “Among the great saxophonists of the past four decades, David Sanborn has earned an identity all his own. He’s jazz, he’s funk, he’s soul, he’s pop, he’s blues, he’s rock. Most remarkably, he excels in each of these genres with a voice that is forceful and tender, sensuous and subtle.” Sanborn has released 24 albums, won six Grammy Awards, and has had eight gold albums and one platinum. He continues to be one of the most active musicians of his genre and an inspiration to countless other musicians.

Returning to his passion for jazz, Sanborn recently assembled a stunning program of straight-ahead jazz tunes for his new quintet. Looking forward to sharing his approach and interpretation on a new album in 2018, Sanborn is excited to collaborate and feature a band of saxophone, trombone, keys, bass, and drums.

The music of Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, Paul Simon, James Brown, Bruce Springsteen, Eric Clapton and The Rolling Stones all has a similar tone running throughout. It’s no coincidence that saxophonist David Sanborn has played with all of them.
NPR

The model for a generation of jazz-fusion alto saxophonists
The Los Angeles Times

Among the great saxophonists of the past four decades, David Sanborn has earned an identity all his own. He’s jazz, he’s funk, he’s soul, he’s pop, he’s blues, he’s rock. Most remarkably, he excels in each of these genres with a voice that is forceful and tender, sensuous and subtle.
Rolling Stone