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Don’t miss the 4th Annual Jazz & Jackie Celebration starring the incomparable Alex Bugnon and soulful sax man, Eric Darius. The event is a salute to Jackie Robinson in recognition of his professional baseball roots beginning in the Negro Leagues with the Kansas City Monarchs; and his love of Jazz, an art form that got its soul in Kansas City!

Saturday, April 13, 2019 – 8:00 PM

Gem Theater, 1615 East 18th Street, Kansas City, MO 64108

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The Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival 2019 features Gerald Albright, Norman Brown, Brian Simpson, Avery Sunshine, Peter White, Selina Albright, Carl Andersen, Alex Bugnon, Club Phred, Steve Cole, Nick Colionne, Eric Darius, DW3, Richard Elliot, Four 80 East, Four Freshmen, Euge Groove, Jackiem Joyner, Matt Marshak, Marion Meadows, Mike Phillips, Carol Riddick, Jay Rowe, JJ Sansaverino, Gerald Veasley, Kayla Waters, Kim Waters, Lindsey Webster, Kevin Whalum, Brian Culbertson, Will Downing, Bones James.

Get your tickets here.

October 17th-20th, 2019

Cape Henlopen High School, 1250 Kings Hwy, Lewes, Delaware 19958

March 9 – Rick Braun

March 23 – Eric Darius and Gerald Veasley

March 30 – Alex Bugnon

April 13 – Keiko Matsui

April 20 – Paul Taylor and Michael Lington

May 18 – Najee

June 15 – Walter Beasley

June 29 – Down to the Bone

More information: http://www.smoothchicago.com

Loews O’Hare Hotel, 5300 N River Rd, Rosemont, IL 60018

Internationally acclaimed jazz/R&B keyboardist and 2-time Soul Train Music Award winner Alex Bugnon will take the stage at the PlayStation Theater. Bugnon has been a prolific, energetic force on the contemporary music scene for more than two decades. A renowned musician/composer/bandleader, he hales from the picturesque town of Montreux, Switzerland – site of the world famous Jazz Festival. No doubt, the annual convergence in his hometown and in his own home, of some of music’s most illustrious names played a role in his decision to pursue a musical career, as did his early friendship with Herbie Hancock. The fact that his uncle was the legendary Donald Byrd only served to further his decision.

Saturday, March 9, 2019 – 3:00 PM – 11:00 PM

PlayStation Theater, 1515 Broadway, New York, NY 10036

Don’t miss what will be one of the “Hottest Smooth Jazz Festivals of the Summer” feat: Najee, Kirk Whalum, Jonathan Butler, Yellowjackets, Alex Bugnon, Jeff Lorber, Everette Harp, Paul Jackson, Jr., Marc Antoine, Althea Rene, Jeanette Harris, Pete Belasco, Willie Bradley and more. We look forward to seeing you in the city made for Music–Nashville!

Purchase tickets at www.musiccityjazzfest.com

July 19-20, 2019

10 Public Square, Nashville, TN 37201,

Tracy Hamlin’s Sweet Jazz & Wine Festival

featuring Gerald Albright, Tracy Hamlin, Alex Bugnon and Cindy Bradley

Saturday, 6th October, 2018 – 02:00 PM

Tarara Winery, 13640 Tarara LN, Leesburg VA 20176

In 1988, Eric Essix’s debut national release as a solo recording artist entitled First Impressions, came out on the Nova Records jazz label. Very soon after, he performed his first concert on December 29th of that year at Grundy’s Music Room in Birmingham, AL. To celebrate the 30th anniversary of that first show and his career as a recording artist, Eric returns to the Jemison Concert Hall to play songs from his catalog of 25 albums with the many artists who have helped shape his musical journey.

Joining him onstage for this landmark event, will be a stellar lineup of artists with whom he has recorded and shared the stage over the course of his career including jazz piano great, Alex Bugnon; trumpeter, Joey Sommerville, singer, Tracy Hamlin, members of his ever popular 90’s ensemble, Modern Man and his current touring band, the Eric Essix Group!

VIP will include:

*Backstage passes to Birthday Meet and Greet

*Individual Meet and Greet with Photo Op

*Exclusive Eric Essix 25/30 Merchandise Package

*Signed “More” CD

*Signed “Anthology: Limited Edition” CD

*Signed “More” Tour Poster

*Eric Essix Commemorative 25/30 Tour Lanyard

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Saturday, December 29, 2018 – 8:00 PM

Alys Stephens Performing Arts Center, 1200 10th Ave South Birmingham, AL 35205