At the Movies

I purchased At the Movies when it was first released. I was getting back into playing my sax a bit and enjoying Smooth Jazz radio. (What happened?) Well life got busy raising my teenagers and I never even finished listening to the CD. Now, more than five years later, I bought some new headphones. Looking
Blue Note
Originally independently released on September 25, 2012, Concord Records will give Live at the Blue Note Tokyo – Koz’s first-ever live album – its wide distribution physical release on February 12, 2013. Recorded in Japan in 2011, the disc features a dozen songs, including such hits as “You Make Me Smile,” “Faces Of The Heart,” “Honeydipped” and
Smooth Jazz
The SMOOTH JAZZ NETWORK® will begin broadcasting the well-­-known DAVE KOZ RADIO SHOW across the terrestrial radio network and on iHeart Radio starting this Sunday night at 9PM Eastern U.S. time on the stream, with the same air time on local affiliate radio stations. Smooth Jazz Network® programming reaches listeners weekly in over 20 markets

Richard Elliot

Richard Elliot
Born in Glasgow, Scotland, saxophonist Richard Elliot moved with his family to Los Angeles when he was three. He learned to play the accordion as a child but admits he was initially attracted to the sax for its interesting shape! While still in high school, Elliot landed touring gigs with Natalie Cole and the Pointer

Congratulations Laura Shipman!

Laura was selected as the lucky winner for a cabin on the 2013 Dave Koz & Friends Cruise to Greece! As the winner, she has received a superior ocean view cabin with balcony on the upcoming Dave Koz Cruise, which is sailing from Rome, Italy on September 22, 2013.


Born and raised in Munich, Germany, Nils initially thought he’d become a rock guitarist, following in the footsteps of his idol, Richie Blackmore of Deep Purple. However, once he discovered funk and R&B, he was hooked.  He spent hours listening to Nile Rogers and Paul Jackson Jr., and mastering their licks. Upon moving to L.A.

Pat Sajak Show

I became a fan of Dave’s back in 1989 when I discovered him on the Pat Sajak show. My uncle and I watched the show each day. He mentioned that his friend’s friend played sax in the pat sajak show band. After the show cancelled I continued to follow Dave as he came out with