Posts Tagged ‘Lin Rountree’

GenerationNext

Generation NeXt: Nicholas Cole, Lin Rountree & Lebron

Saturday, September 05, 2015 – 8:00 pm

Soiled Dove Underground, 7401 E 1st Ave, Denver, Colorado 8023

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Come join Lin Rountree as he celebrates the release of his Fifth Studio CD entitled Soulfunky at the Key Club downtown Detroit MI. Wednesday June 3rd. This will be a night to remember as we watch Detroit’s own Soul Trumpeter be elevated into the ranks of other Internationally Renowned artists from Motown. Special guests include Randy Scott, Nate Harasim, Demetrius Nabors, Michele Nicole, Deon Yates and others to be announced. Come enjoy food, fun, and great music amongst friends new and old….

-Light Hors d’oeuvres provided
-Gift Bags for all online purchases (price includes a signed copy of SOULFUNKY)
-Food and Drinks available

The Key Club (3rd Level Steve’s Soul Food), 1440 Franklin Street, Detroit, MI 48207, United States

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May 21st, 2015

Suite Food Lounge, 375 Luckie St, Atlanta, Georgia 30313

Rountree

Join Lin Rountree this Friday November 28th at 8:45 pm as he performs his full show down in the heated tent at Campus Martius as a part of “Showcase D’ Holidays”.

For more info vist: http://www.campusmartiuspark.org/series/SHOWCASE-D’HOLIDAYS

Campus Martius Park, 800 Woodward Ave, Detroit (Michigan).

Park

Magic City Smooth Jazz is an IRS 501 (c)(3) charitable organization dedicated to enhancing cultural activities through various styles of jazz in the State of Alabama. Since its inception in 2008, Magic City Smooth Jazz has hosted over 40 concerts, presenting over 275 area musicians and national artists from Gregg Karukas, Esperanza Spalding, Eric Marienthal, Dee, Lucas, Paul Taylor, Euge Groove, Keiko Matsui, Nelson Rangell, Cindy Bradley, Tizer, Julian Vaughn, Lin Rountree, JazZ in P!nk, Down to the Bone, Norman Brown, and Althea Rene while impacting the lives of over 20,000 adults and children.

Jazz in the Park features Lin Rountree.

Sunday, June 29, 2014 – 6:00 pm

Avondale Park, 4101 Fifth Ave S, Birmingham, Alabama 35205

Ocean City

 

What do you get when you combine the best in jazz together with devoted fans, a beautiful white sand beach, and good old “Crystal Coast Charm”? You get the most exciting, most talked about contemporary jazz festival in the North Carolina! The Ocean City Jazz Festival celebrates its 5th year with a tried and true formula of the top names in jazz and the vacation destination of North Topsail Beach !

The 2014 Ocean City Jazz Festival Artist line-up:

Ira Wiggins Quartet, Yolanda Rabun, Lin Rountree with special guest Nicholas Cole, Lois Deloatch-Gomes and the Scott Sawyer Trio, John Brown Quartet and Cyrus Chestnut.

Two day Festival July 4th and 5th
Gates opens at 4 PM

2649 Island Dr, North Topsail Beach, North Carolina 28460

Shoreline Jazz

Music enthusiasts, or anyone who enjoys having a good time, may be happy to know that a jazz festival will return to Heritage Landing this summer. While the inaugural event in 2012 was the one-day Lakeshore Jazz Festival, this year’s festival features a new name – Alexander Zonjic’s Shoreline Jazz Festival — and an expanded schedule. The festival will be a two-day event this year, instead of the one-day event in 2012.

“I prefer to call the first one the pilot (festival),” said Alexander Zonjic, renowned flutist and co-organizer of the festival.

With a passion for jazz music and the Muskegon area, Hawkins Lang, the original organizer of the jazz festival in Muskegon, had an idea to create a music festival to celebrate the anniversary of his restaurant, Hawk’s Feathers and Finns. But what Lang didn’t expect while organizing the festival two years ago was the strong relationship he would begin to develop with Zonjic.

When the original headliner artist for the “pilot” jazz festival fell through, Lang came across Zonjic’s name, listened to his music and called Zonjic. Lang was surprised that Zonjic answered the phone. “I thought it was going to be his assistant (on the phone),” Lang said. From there, the two “just kind of hit it off.” Over time, Lang and Zonjic said they believe the festival will greatly benefit the area economically.

Zonjic, who has been both performing and working in the music festival business for more than 20 years, is excited about the Muskegon area. When he originally visited Muskegon, he said he knew Heritage Landing would be a wonderful place for a jazz festival. “My instincts kicked in and I thought ‘this would be so cool,’” Zonjic said. Zonjic said the idea of the festival is to have a large, cultural and diverse event in Muskegon.

Because the event is two days, Zonjic is hoping that jazz enthusiasts from Chicago and Detroit will visit the area. The music festival is scheduled to take place on Saturday, Aug. 23 and Sunday, Aug. 24. Tickets are expected to be available for purchase soon for the price of $25 per day.

The two-day jazz festival is set to have a total of 10 acts.

Saturday, August 23, 2014 – 1:00 pm

1pm – Lin Rountree, 2:30pm – Urban Jazz Coalition, 4pm – Tim Bowman, 5:45pm – Nick Colionne, Brian Simpson & vocalist Maysa, 7:30pm – Boney James.

Sunday, August 24, 2014 – 1:00 pm

1pm – Phil Denny & Oli Silk, 2:30pm – Michael Manson, 4pm – Jeff Lorber Fusion with Eric Marienthal & Jimmy Haslip , 5:45pm – Vocalists Lalah Hathaway & Ruben Studdard, 7:30pm – Alexander Zonjic with special guest Kenny G.

Heritage Landing, 199 E Apple Ave, Muskegon, Michigan 49442