Posts Tagged ‘Maysa’

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Sly Reimagined: The Music of Sly & The Family Stone featuring Jason Miles, Nona Hendryx, Maysa, Karen Briggs, Andy Snitzer, Alex Bugnon, Maya Azucena, Jay Rodriguez, Amanda Ruzza and others. This is part of Berks Jazz Fest.

Saturday, March 29, 2014

10pm at Crowne Plaza Reading Ballroom

JazzOnTheVine2014

Join The Osthoff Resort for the 12th annual Jazz on the Vine Festival, May 9-11, 2014! We are delighted to bring together yet again a wonderful weekend of world renowned jazz musicians, dynamic concert performances and music enthusiasts from all over the United States to kick-off another concert season!

This year’s performance line-up includes RnR featuring Rick Braun & Richard Elliot, Maysa,
Global Noize / Sly Re-Imagined with Nona Hendryx, Andy Snitzer & Maya Azucena, Darren Rahn
(festival host), Chieli Minucci & Special EFX with Karen Briggs & Lao Tizer, Urban Jazz Coalition, Steve Cole and Marcell Guyton.

During the festival, sample an array of over 100 wines from the international and domestic vineyards of Chile, Greece, Australia, France, Germany, Spain, New Zealand, California, Washington, Oregon and more. Relax and enjoy an eclectic and sophisticated cuisine created by our award-winning Osthoff chefs.

We look forward to seeing you in 2014!

Schedule

Friday, May 9th
4:30pm Gates Open
5:15pm Darren Rahn (also Festival Host)
7:15pm Maysa
9:15pm RnR featuring Rick Braun & Richard Elliot

Saturday, May 10th
1:00pm Gates Open
1:45pm Urban Jazz Coalition
3:45pm Steve Cole
6:00pm Global Noize / Sly Reimagined featuring Nona Hendryx,
Andy Snitzer & Maya Azucena (directed by Grammy Award Winner, Jason Miles)
8:30pm Chieli Minucci & Special EFX with
Karen Briggs & Lao Tizer

Afterglow – May 9th & 10th
Marcell Guyton performs nightly at Lola’s on the Lake Restaurant & Lounge following the last performance each evening.

Sunday, May 11th
Jazz Brunch, 10am – 3pm, featuring Marcell Guyton.

Osthoff Resort, 101 Osthoff Ave, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin 53020 (Sheboygan)

Seabreeze

We are celebrating our “Sweet Sixteen” this year our 16th year of Seabreeze Jazz Festivals. And this year we would like to thank Wyndham Vacation Rentals for being our presenting sponsor again. The line-ip is already published here.

Among the artists of the upcoming event are Dave Koz, Will Downing, Trombone Shorty, Brian Culbertson, Richard Elliot, Mindi Abair, Gerald Albright, Norman Brown, Brian Simpson, The Family Stone, Cindy Bradley, Kim Waters, Nick Colionne, Jonathan Butler, Phil Perry, Maysa, Eric Darius, Everette Harp, Chuck Loeb, Chieli Minucci & Special EFX, Jeff Lorber, Alex Bugnon, Vincent Ingala, Julian Vaughn, Lin Rountree, Jonathan Fritzén, Lebron, Nicola Cole and many more.

April 23 – 27, 2014

Pier Park Amphitheater, Pier Park Dr, Panama City Beach, Florida

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The 18th & Vine Jazz & Blues Festival features a variety of performers on three stages.

“SALUTE TO GEORGE DUKE” featuring headliners: Pieces of a Dream, Bobby Lyle & Maysa, Con Funk Shun, The Messenger Legacy, Bettye LaVette, Kelley Hunt with local and regional talent.

Kansas City’s 18th & Vine Jazz and Blues Festival (formerly Rhythm & Ribs) will be Saturday, October 12.

The re-branding will help connect the festival at the historic 18th and Vine area to Kansas City’s history as one of the homes of jazz, said Trey Runnion, chairman of the museum’s board.

American Jazz Museum, 1616 E 18th St, Kansas City, Missouri 64108

Saturday, September 7th
4:30 PM Matt Marshak
6:00 PM Art Sherrod Jr. & Motown Show
7:30 PM Euge Groove & Brian Simpson

Corncrib Stage
All Day Octagon Jazz Band

Sunday, September 8th
4:30 PM Steve Rudolph and Dauphin County All-Stars Jazz Band
6:00 PM Marcus Johnson
7:30 PM Maysa & Her Awesome Band

Concrib Stage
All Day Central Pennsylvania Friends of Jazz Youth Band

Fort Hunter Park, 5300 N Front St, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17110

 

Behind the scenes of Shanachie Entertanment recording artist Maysa with the Blue Velvet Soul sessions. Filmed Troy Burton.

Bill Carson (Shanachie Entertainment): “There is so much love out there for Maysa.  “Blue Velvet Soul” is spectacular, thanks for spreading the word via the radio and feel free to spread some Maysa love to your people, facebook, etc….here’s a few different ways to share… “

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Artists are Jazz Crusaders with Joe Sample, Gerald Albright and Wayne Henderson, Keiko Matsui, vocalist Maysa and Marcus Johnson. Info at 910-672-1381.

Saturday, May 11, 2013 – 4:00 pm

Festival Park, Downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina

Started in Walton County in 1998, the Seabreeze Jazz Festival began attracting music lovers from all over for its top-tier lineup of world renown jazz artists and picture-perfect setting along our famed Emerald Coast. The crowds grew quickly and the festival was moved to Panama City Beach’s Pier Park in 2008.

Since moving to Panama City Beach, the festival has been hailed as one of the best jazz festivals in the nation for the caliber of its lineup, sun-soaked setting and family-friendly atmosphere.

Bring a blanket and your beach chair and settle in for five days of outdoor entertainment featuring the talents of some of the biggest names in jazz including Dave Koz, Fourplay, Trombone Shorty, Down to the Bone, Maysa, Peter White, Norman Brown, Rick Braun, Jeff Lorber and more. The Seabreeze Jazz Festival runs from April 18 to April 22 and the Grand Panama Beach Resort can help you with everything you need to make the most of your festival experience.

The performance schedule is listed here.

Seabreeze Jazz Festival, Pier Park Amphitheater, Panama City Beach, Florida

Kim Waters, Brian Simpson and Maysa in a New Year’s Eve Gala!

Monday, December 31, 2012 – 7:00 pm

Hyatt Regency, 21500 Pacific Coast Hwy, Huntington Beach, California 92648

Buoyed by the huge success of George Benson’s headlining performance in 2011, the Indy Jazz Fest has added a second outdoor roster of entertainment at Opti Park in Broad Ripple.

Indy Jazz Fest begins on Sept. 10 with five nights of indoor performances and culminates with outdoor shows on Sept. 15-16.

The final day, Sept. 16, will focus on smooth jazz, the largely instrumental genre linked to urban contemporary music, both melody- and groove-based. The schedule will be headlined by multi-instrumentalist Brian Culbertson and saxophonist Gerald Albright.

Culbertson’s last Indianapolis appearance was in 2009 at the Murat Theatre. Albright, who was an Indiana Black Expo performer in 1991, appeared locally most recently in 2008.

The Sept. 15 Opti-Park program includes pianist Robert Glasper Experiment, vocalist-reedman Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe and the “Bring It” tour of a quartet led by bass guitarist Stanley Clarke and keyboardist George Duke.

The Sunset Series designates the festival’s indoor evening events. The 2012 schedule:

>> Sept. 10 — Aaron Diehl Quartet, group led by the 2011 Cole Porter Fellow of the American Pianists Association, Jazz Kitchen, 5377 N. College Ave.

>> Sept. 11 — “Latin Tinge,” Pavel and Direct Contact, local Latin-jazz ensemble, Indiana Landmarks Center, 1201 N. Central Ave.

>> Sept. 12 — Cheryl Bentyne, solo show by member of leading vocal quartet Manhattan Transfer, Mark Winkler, Cabaret at the Columbia Club, 121 Monument Circle.

>> Sept. 13 — “Tribute to Slide Hampton,” Indy Jazz Fest band, DeHaan Center, University of Indianapolis, 1400 W. Hanna Ave.

>> Sept. 14 — Slide Hampton, trombonist, with the Steve Allee Big Band, Jazz Kitchen.

David Allee, an Indy Jazz Fest director, made the announcement at the Rhythm! Discovery Center Downtown. He told The Indianapolis Star later that Facebook surveys and sold-out shows with other presenters over the past two decades, plus the Benson show’s success, spurred the move to take a chance on a smooth-jazz day.

It’s also been successful as part of the mix at the club Allee runs, the Jazz Kitchen. “Our jazz audience here doesn’t come from a purist standpoint,” he said.

Other events related to Indy Jazz Fest are likely to be added , he said, including master classes by Hampton and Bentyne and performances at the venerable Chatterbox Jazz Club and the brand-new Indy Reads Bookstore on Mass Ave.

Opti Park, Indianapolis Art Ctr, 820 E 67th St, Indianapolis, Indiana 46220