Archive for November 18, 2010


When you enter the lobby of the Huntington Beach Cultural Center, you are greeted by the sound of cascading fountains merging into shallow pools. A gracious, spiral ramp encircles the fountains and leads to the theater where you will experience premium jazz. The intimate, state-of-the-art theater seats 319. Every seat in the house has an unobstructed view of the stage.

Though surrounded by a spectacular 350-acre park, you are moments away from two main thoroughfares. Located in the heart of Orange County, the Cultural Center is convenient to the 405 San Diego Freeway and the Pacific Coast Highway.

Join us for the ultimate concert experience! As 2010 unfolds, saxophonist, composer, producer and consummate hitmaker, Kim Waters, is sure to have a banner year. The model handsome, soft-spoken and charismatic saxman shares, “My resolution for this year is to continue having a strong family relationship, make great music, and keep my fans always wanting more.” Waters has built a solid career giving his fans what they want, along the way garnering praise from critics and fans alike and becoming one of the top five best-selling instrumentalists in jazz.

Kim Waters’ winning combination of sensitivity and brawn, intellect and emotion, coupled with his technique and soulfulness have made him one of the premier architects of Urban Smooth Jazz and a mainstay on Quiet Storm and contemporary jazz radio. The prolific saxman, who recently celebrated his 20th anniversary in the business, maintains a hectic schedule juggling such diverse projects as The Sax Pack (with fellow saxophonists Jeff Kashiwa and Steve Cole) and his Streetwize and Tha’ Hot Club CDs that are known for their clever reworkings of the hottest hip hop, R&B and reggae hits on the radio.

Huntington Beach Library Theater, 7111 Talbert Ave, Huntington Beach, California 92648

Saturday, November 20, 2010 – 7:00 pm and 9:00 pm (two shows)