October 27th and 28th
Special Guests: Kim Waters
Saxophonist Kim Waters has made a career of writing timeless anthems with insatiable grooves, undeniable hooks and memorable melodies that combine the best of jazz, R&B, funk and soul. This formula has catapulted him to the top of the charts time and time again and prompted JazzTimes Magazine to declare, Waters is simply one of the planets best saxophonists. Instantly recognizable for his keen melodic sensibilities and soulful approach to his saxophone, The Washington Post has likened Waters to A romantic pied piper out on a long evening stroll. The prolific saxophonist, composer and producer has enjoyed a career longevity that is rare.... CONTINUE READING ABOUT ARTIST
Plus: Chris Botti - Ask Dave
Chris Botti Expresses His Love For Romantic Melodies From Across the World On His Grammy Winning Sony CD, Impressions. Playing with his uniquely expressive sound and soaring musical imagination, trumpeter Chris Botti is joined by featured artists Andrea Bocelli, Vince Gill, Herbie Hancock, Mark Knopfler, David Foster and Caroline Campbell in a warm, intimate celebration of melodic balladry.... CONTINUE READING ABOUT ARTIST
Plus: Euge Groove - Sideman
Euge Groove -- a pseudonym for saxophone journeyman Steven Eugene Grove -- began playing piano in the second grade and turned to the saxophone at the age of nine or ten. His teacher gave him a classical education on the instrument, which he continued at the University of Miami's School of Music, where he became interested in jazz. Upon graduation, he initially remained in Miami doing sessions and playing in bands such as Expose, where he can be heard on the group's 1987 number one single "Seasons Change. "
He then moved to Los Angeles and joined Tower of Power, remaining with the group for about four years.... CONTINUE READING ABOUT ARTIST