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The 4-day Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival begins

 

Thursday, October 13, 2016 – 8:00 pm

8 pm at the Performing Arts Theater at Cape Henlopen High School — Vocalist Patti Austin, Kim Waters, Brian Simpson & Eric Darius open the show

 

Friday, October 14, 2016 – 7:00 pm

8pm at the Performing Arts Theater at Cape Henlopeon High School — Nat King Cole Tribute featuring Ramsey Lewis and John Pizzarelli

8pm at The Rusty Rudder — Brian Simpson, Matt Marshak & Marcus Anderson

7-9pm at the Cove Restaurant below the Baycenter Theater — Najee Pre-Show Dinner Buffet

10pm at The Baycenter at Ruddertown — Najee with guests Nick Colionne & Alex Bugnon

10pm at the Rusty Rudder — Matt Marshak CD Release Party | Free event!

 

Saturday, October 15, 2016 – 8:00 pm

1pm in the Performing Arts Theater at Cape Henlopen High School — BWB featuring Norman Brown, Kirk Whalum and Rick Braun

1pm at The Rusty Rudder Deck — Club Phred

2:30pm at the Epworth United Methodist Church — An Afternoon with Ramsey Lewis

2:30pm at The Rusty Rudder Deck — JJ Sansaverino and Will Donato | Free event!

3pm in the Performing Arts Theatre at Rehoboth Beach Elementary School — InGratitude: A Tribute to Earth, Wind & Fire

4pm in The Baycenter at Ruddertown — Vocalist Jeffrey Osborne with special guest Gerald Albright

6pm at the Rusty Rudder — Marcus Anderson and Jeanette Harris

6pm in the Performing Arts Theatre at Rehoboth Beach Elementary School — Jeff Lorber Fusion featuring Chuck Loeb, Jimmy Haslip and Gary Novak

7-10pm in The Baycenter at Ruddertown — Pre-Show Dinner Buffet – Jazz Meets James

7:30pm in the Performing Arts Theatre at Cape Henlopen High School — Rehoboth Beach All Stars featuring Brian Simpson, Gerald Albright, Norman Brown, Steve Cole, vocalist Jeffrey Osborne & Kirk Whalum

8:30pm at the Epworth United Methodist Church — John Pizzarelli sings the Great American Songbook

9:30pm at the Rusty Rudder — Jackiem Joyner & vocalist Selina Albright with special guest JJ Sansaverino

10pm in The Baycenter at Ruddertown — Jazz Meets James featuring Nick Colionne, Rick Braun, Alex Bugnon, Steve Cole, Eric Darius, Matt Marshak, Art Sherrod, Jr & Kim Waters

 

Sunday, October 16, 2016 – 10:00 am

10am at The Rusty Rudder — Art Sherrod, Jr’s Gospel Brunch

1pm at the Performing Arts Theater at Cape Henlopeon High School — The Rippingtons with special guest Gerald Albright

5pm in The Baycenter at Ruddertown — The 2016 Final Grand Jam featuring Gerald Albright, Rick Braun, Norman Brown, Alex Bugnon, Steve Cole, Nick Colionne, Eric Darius, Matt Marshak, Art Sherrod, Jr & Kim Waters under the musical direction of Brian Simpson

7pm at The Rusty Rudder — 2016 Closing Party featuring Alex Bugnon, Jeanette Harris, Jackiem Joyner, Matt Marshak, Art Sherrod, Jr & JJ Sansaverino

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

LBJF2016

FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 2016

Michael Franks
Peter White / Paul Taylor / Euge Groove
Elan Trotman / Althea René

SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 2016

Jeffrey Osborne
The Rippingtons
BWB featuring Norman Brown, Kirk Whalum, Rick Braun
Everette Harp
Paul Jackson, Jr.
Mindless Groove

SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 2016

Dave Koz and David Sanborn: Side by Side
Michael Lington and Kenny Lattimore
Sax Pack featuring Jeff Kashiwa, Steve Cole, Kim Waters
Stanley Jordan
Al Williams Jazz Society with Special Guest Richard “88 Fingers” Turner, Jr.

Rainbow Lagoon Park, E Shoreline Dr, Long Beach, California 90802

Seabreeze

The DREAM LINEUP of smooth jazz festivals is here! Benson, Sanborn, Culbertson, and Jarreau — just to mention a few! The 2015 Seabreeze Jazz Festival coming April 22-26th to Panama City Beach, FL is over the top with MORE OF YOUR FAVORITE SMOOTH JAZZ ARTISTS — all together in one ultimate weekend of music just steps away from the white sand beaches and emerald-green waters.

Named a “Top 10 Jazz Festival in the USA” by JazzIZ Magazine — the Seabreeze Jazz Festival has become a destination festival where great music and good times combine with a true Florida Beach Vacation. Tickets are sold in 41 states and 7 countries. Over 25 artists — all with charting music on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz charts! It’s not a dream. It’s the Dream Lineup! Call 800-595-4849 for tickets or go online to http://www.seabreezejazzfestival.com.

Thursday, April 23, 2015 – 10:30 am

10:30am — Jazzy Lunch Cruise with Eric Darius aboard The Solaris (Lighthouse Marina, Panama City Beach)

3pm — Gates open at Amphitheater | 5pm — Urban Jazz Coalition featuring Althea René | 6:30pm — The Rippingtons featuring Russ Freeman | 8:30pm — Euge Groove | 10:30pm — Seabreeze After Party All-Star Jam hosted by Eric Darius ( Pompano Joe’s at Pier Park)

Friday, April 24, 2015 – 4:00 pm

3pm — Gates open | 5pm — Down To The Bone | 6:30pm — Ken Ford | 8:30pm — George Benson | 10:30pm — Seabreeze After Party All-Star Jam hosted by Euge Groove (Pompano Joe’s at Pier Park)

Saturday, April 25, 2015 – 9:30 am

8:30am — Gates open | 9:30am — Rob Tardik | 11am — Eric Darius | 12:30pm — Acoustic Alchemy | 2:30pm — The Sax Pack Reunion featuring Jeff Kashiwa, Steve Cole and Kim Waters | 4:30pm — Brian Culbertson | 6:30pm — Vocalist Al Jarreau | 8:30pm — BWB featuring Norman Brown, Kirk Whalum and Rick Braun | 10:30pm — Seabreeze After Party All-Star Jam hosted by Brian Culbertson (Pompano Joe’s at Pier Park)

Sunday, April 26, 2015 – 9:30 am

8:30am — Gates open | 9:30am — Ryan Montano (Seabreeze Rising Star) | 11am — The Seabreeze Groove Project featuring Four80East, Matt Marshak and Marcus Anderson | 12:30pm — Chris Standring | 2:30pm — Mindi Abair and The Boneshakers | 4:30pm — Jazz Funk Soul featuring Chuck Loeb, Jeff Lorber and Everette Harp | 6:30pm — Josh Vietti | 8:30pm — David Sanborn

Pier Park Amphitheater, 500 Pier Park Dr, Panama City Beach, Florida 32413

CarolinaJazz

7th Annual Carolina Jazz Concert Series 2015 (Knight Theater): Boney James/Matt Marshak; The Rippingtons/ Jeff Kashiwa; Bob James/ Paul Brown and Marc Antoine; David Sanborn! Season tickets are on sale. Call the box office at 704-372-1000.

Saturday, April 04, 2015 – 8:00 pm

The 7th Annual Carolina Jazz Concert Series features Boney James with opening performance by Matt Marshak on this date.

Saturday, June 27, 2015 – 8:00 pm

The 7th Annual Carolina Jazz Concert Series features The Rippingtons with opening performance by Jeff Kashiwa on this date.

Saturday, September 26, 2015 – 8:00 pm

The 7th Annual Carolina Jazz Concert Series features the Bob James Quartet with opening performance by Paul Brown & Marc Antoine on this date.

Saturday, December 05, 2015 – 8:00 pm

The 7th Annual Carolina Jazz Concert Series features David Sanborn on this date.

Knight Theater, 430 S Tryon St, Charlotte, North Carolina 28202

Niswonger Performing Arts Ctr

The Rippingtons is Grammy-nominated American contemporary jazz band celebrating its twenty-fifth anniversary. Started by guitarist Russ Freeman in 1985, the band has hosted many well-known musicians that have launched successful careers, and has created the life soundtrack for hundreds of thousands of contemporary jazz fans worldwide for a quarter of a century… including Kilimanjaro, Tourist in Paradise, Welcome to the St. James Club, Weekend In Monaco, Live in L.A., Sahara, Brave New World and Live Across America.

Opening for The Rippingtons will be Fort Wayne, Indiana native and Megawave Recording artist, Kris Brownlee. With over 25 years of playing saxophone all over the Midwest, Brownlee, formerly known as The Grooveside has just released “Halo” the first single off his highly anticipated thrid album, Sincerely Yours.

Join us Saturday, January 26 for an evening of unforgettable jazz music!

Tickets for this show are $17-32 and are available the NPAC box office at 10700 SR 118 S., Van Wert or by phone at (419) 238-6722. Tickets are also available online at http://www.npacvw.org or on the Niswonger Performing Arts Center of NW Ohio facebook page.

Niswonger Performing Arts Ctr, 10700 Ohio 118, Van Wert, Ohio 45891, (Lima, Fort Wayne, Indiana)

With the sold out success of it’s inaugural year, the Pacific Rim Jazz Festival continues it’s tradition of bringing in world class entertainment to Hawaii as well as continuing to support the local community through it’s charitable contributions. With it’s goal of bringing in diverse talents from Pacific Rim nations the festival hopes to continue it’s reach and popularity to the international community as well as the USA.

It is also the intent of the festival to highlight and feature many of Hawaii’s own talented artists and musicians and in the process allowing them the opportunity to share the stage with world class artists. We are proud to announce our new and bigger venue, The Hawaii Convention Center Ballroom. We hope to substantially grow our audience and increase accessibility to Hawaii’s tourist center in Waikiki.

Artist Schedule:

Russ Freeman and the Rippingtons
After 25 years and 18 studio recordings this Grammy nominated powerhouse band continues to break new ground. The most requested band to appear by Hawaii fans they are finally back in the islands . They will be debuting songs from their brand new release Cote D’azur

Deniece Williams
With 4 Grammy Awards won and 9 Grammy nominations over her career “Niecy” is part of R&B and Gospel music history. Her 4 octave range continues to astound audiences world wide. Her No.1 hit songs include Too Much Too Little to Late, Let’s Hear it for the Boys and Gonna Take a Miracle.

Rick Braun
He has lent his talents to some of Pop music’s greatest artists such as Sade, Rod Stewart and War . His versatility as a trumpet player is unmatched and his success as a solo artist has brought him all over the world. This will be his second appearance at the festival and is always a crowd favorite.

Michael Paulo
Festival Producer Michael Paulo is also a well respected and internationally renowned saxophonist and is a local home grown talent. Through his efforts jazz fans in Hawaii have been able to enjoy world class jazz artists in Hawaii.

Brian Simpson
As Music Director for Dave Koz, Brian has performed for every smooth jazz artist you can think of. His expertise in organizing musicians and talent lends itself well to our event . Brian has also had number one hits songs as a solo artist and is the most sought after pianist in Smooth Jazz

Kaori Kobayashi
Voted “The most beautiful saxophonist in Asia” ,her youtube video”Nothing is Gonna Change My Love for You “ has garnered over 5 million u tube views. Her popularity in Asia has brought her to perform from Korea to Thailand and China. This is her debut performance in the United States and the festival’s first international artist !

Lani Misalucha
Born in the Philippines into a musical family, her father was an operatic tenor and her mother was a coloratura soprano. Lani is the first Asian to headline a main showroom in Las Vegas strip. Dubbed as “Asia’s Nightingale” and “New Siren of the Strip” in 2004 in Las Vegas, she has won many awards: Best Solo Performer (Tinig Awards), Best Major Concert (Aliw) Awards, Entertainer of the Year (Aliw Awards), Best Femaile Recording Performer (Awit Awards), Best Female Pop Vocal Performance (Katha Music Awards), Best Ballad Recording (Awit Awards). She just finished her show “Lani in Waikiki: Return to Paradise” sponsored by Roberts Hawaii and produced by Roy Tokujo.

Rene Paulo
Pianist Rene Paulo who is commonly known as Hawaii’s “King of the Keyboard“ is one of the most respected musicians of his generation. Breaking down barriers, he was one of the first ever musicians from Hawaii to be accepted into the prestigious Julliard School of Music. Since then, Rene has warmed the hearts of people all over the world with his unique style of piano playing and showmanship. He will make a special guest appearance at this years festival.

Deshannon Higa
DeShannon is a renowned jazz trumpet player in Hawaii and New York City with over 20 years of professional experience.
He has performed around the world: Birdland, Carnegie Hall and Radio City Music Hall. As a trumpet player, composer and arranger, he has worked with many famous musicians like Burt Bacharach, Joe Williams, Diana Krall, Al Jarreau, and Tower of Power among many others.

Starr Kalahiki
Winner of two Na Hoku Hanohano awards: Most Promising Artist and Best Jazz Album, Starr Kalahiki has been singing for as long as she can remember. From singing opera (Hawaii Opera Theater chorus), musical (Diamond Head Theater’s Cinderella), stage production (Ulalena on Maui), fronting modern alternative rock band “Missing Dave”, being a member of funk ban”Toyz of Pleasure” and R&B group “Eight-O-Eight”. She was also a jazz headliner on the Star of Honolulu and performed as a background vocalist on the “Lani Misalucha Show, Return to Paradise”.

Jeremy Cheng
Jeremy Cheng performs every Monday at Rumfire bar and grill at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel. He sings acoustic contemporary Hawaiian, Soul and R&B. This young, talented, and charismatic singer covers music from Kalapana and celcilio and Kapono to high energy R&B songs to funk.

Special Guest MC Al Waterson
Al Waterson is a professional Singer, Emcee, Actor and Recording Artist. Throughout Al’s extensive background in music, he has performed with bands, orchestras, duos, trios and pianists in most nightclubs, country clubs and showrooms in Hawaii, as well as numerous locations on the mainland.

Sat Nov 3, 2012

Hawaii Convention Center, 1801 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, Hawaii 96815

Fans that have followed Russ Freeman and The Rippingtons for any stretch of time over the past quarter century know the versatile award winning and Grammy nominated guitarist/composer, and producer has long had a penchant for naming songs and albums after exotic places (Aruba, Kenya, Morocco, Weekend in Monaco, Sahara, etc).

In recent years, Freeman has noticed that The Rippingtons’ fan base has increased exponentially, as the group’s longtime admirers transfer their passion for the music to their children. Several Rippingtons albums have been inspired by Freeman’s travels, and collectively, they have formed the life soundtrack for hundreds of thousands of contemporary jazz fans worldwide for a quarter century.

Sunday, September 30, 2012 – 8:00 pm

The Tangier, 532 West Market St, Akron, Ohio 44303