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Tags: Boney James, Brian Culbertson, Dominic Amato, Elan Trotman, Eric Darius, Euge Groove, Harvey Mason, Jessy J, Marion Meadows, Maxwell + The 7 Seas Cruise 2015, Nick Colionne, Norman Brown, Warren Hill
Maxwell launched his career by inviting fans into his “Urban Hang Suite”. Now he is relocating the “hang” to one of the 7 seas, on board one of Royal Caribbean’s most luxurious ships – the Freedom of the Seas for a one week cruise May 3 – 10, 2015!
Imagine being on board with one of the greatest soul singers of modern R&B: Grammy Award winner – Maxwell, along with several of his musical friends for an entire week. Sail to exotic ports, dine on the finest cuisine, dance from the minute you wake up until the minute your head hits the pillow, all the while breathing in the warm Caribbean air and being entertained by some of the most incredible R&B, Soul, Funk and Jazz Artists ever assembled in one location!
This is a full ship charter, which means that the entire ship will be dedicated to providing guests with the Maxwell + The 7 Seas experience. The cruise will also have on board Celebrity Chef G. Garvin who will be creating special menus for the cruise as well as doing live cooking demonstrations. Rest assured, the party will never stop and you will be enjoying every minute along with thousands of others who all share the same musical passions as you do!
Top it all off with stops along the way to some of the most beautiful locales in the Caribbean: Bahamas, St. Thomas and St. Marten and you have a recipe for what will be the greatest musical dream vacation of a lifetime!
Don’t miss your chance to be a part of cruising history, join us on the Maxwell + The 7 Seas cruise!
Maxwell + the 7 seas Inaugural cruise Lineup
Erykah Badu, Anthony Hamilton, Ledisi, Joe, Chrisette Michele, Brian Culbertson, Boney James, Leela James,DL Hughley, G. Garvin, Daley, The Wailers, Norman Brown, Robert Glasper,Eric Roberson, Euge Groove, Harvey Mason, Derrick Hodge, Stanley Jordan, Warren Hill, Eric Darius, Nick Colionne, Marion Meadows, Elan Trotman, Dominic Amato, Jessy J, Kenneth Whalum, Max V, DJ Jonathan Phillips, Static
Cruise host – Pat Prescott
For more information visit http://www.maxwellatsea.com/.
Tags: Cindy Bradley, Four80East, Gabriel Hasselbach, Jeff Lorber, Rob Tardik, Smooth Jazz, Sunday Night Smooth Jazz at the Lyric, Warren Hill
Tags: Julian Vaughn, Simply Ira, Smooth Jazz, The David Wells & Chris Geith Project, Vienna Jazz Festival, Warren Hill
Tickets: All Day Pass $15.00
Tickets: VIP $45 (only 100 VIP tickets available) Includes: All day pass, Special Seating (Table seating front of stage), Free T-Shirt, Free Parking & Meet & Greet
Featuring: Warren Hill, The David Wells & Chris Geith Project, Julian Vaughn, Simply Ira – more artist TBD
Ticket Information: 304-482-3447
To purchase tickets go to www.viennajazzfestival.com.
Saturday August 24, 2013
Fishbone Gill & Grill Stage, 1 17th St, Vienna, West Virginia 26105 (Parkersburg; Marietta, Ohio)
Tags: Dominic Amato, Euge Groove, Gail Jhonson, Jackiem Joyner, Jazz jackpot, Jeff Golub, Jeff Kashiwa, Jeffrey Osborne, Jessy J, Jonathan Fritzen, Karen Briggs, Las Vegas Jazz Festival, Michael Lington, Norman Brown, Paul Taylor, Paula Atherton, Steve Cole, Tom Braxton, Warren Hill
More than 24 contemporary jazz and R&B high rollers promise to make the Las Vegas Jazz Festival a winning bet. Tickets are now on sale for the 3-day music and lifestyle event to be held at the JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa on September 27-29, 2013 showcasing Grammy-winning and nominated soul singers and chart-topping instrumentalists.
The opening night of the Las Vegas Jazz Festival boasts a funky Friday lineup headlined by 2013 BET Lifetime Achievement Award winner Charlie Wilson, a 6-time Grammy-nominated vocalist who won a Soul Train Icon Award in 2009. A soulful pairing comprised of saxophonist Eric Darius and platinum-selling R&B singer-songwriter-multi-instrumentalist Lyfe Jennings will take the stage first.
Grammy-winning singer-songwriter India.Arie, veteran R&B crooner Jeffrey Osborne and saxman Euge Groove top the marquee on Saturday. Grammy-winning guitarist Norman Brown and sax powerhouse Richard Elliot join forces for a session filled with R&B grooves. Emerging sax player Dominic Amato will perform a mid-afternoon show following a trio segment featuring saxophonists Michael Lington and Jessy J with keyboardist Jonathan Fritzen. The day will begin with a hit-filled performance by saxophonist Paul Taylor, a Las Vegas native.
The closing program of the Las Vegas Jazz Festival presents two-time Grammy-nominated soul vocalist Kem followed by Grammy-winning soul singer Anthony Hamilton. Soul-jazz guitarist Jeff Golub unites with saxmen Warren Hill and Tom Braxton for what bodes to be a blues-singed set. Guitarist Nick Colionne brings Chicago-style fire and flamboyant fashion to his shows. Sax Pack – Steve Cole, Jeff Kashiwa and Jackiem Joyner – always delivers a high-octane performance. The final day gets underway with Jazz in Pink, a trio of talented women consisting of keyboardist Gail Jhonson, violinist Karen Briggs and saxophonist Paula Atherton.
Tickets can be purchased for the entire Las Vegas Jazz Festival or as single-day events, but BTWconcerts.com’s Brad Laughlin, the producer and promoter of the festival, encourages guests to come for the weekend.
“Part of the magic of our jazz festivals is when guests come and totally immerse themselves in the music and lifestyle experience for the entire weekend. One of the reasons we produce our events at first-class resorts like the JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa is to foster that feeling of community that takes place when concert goers spend the weekend enjoying the live music along with the plush accommodations and top-notch facilities. In addition to the extraordinary shows we go to great length to produce, our festivals are an opportunity for people to getaway, relax, socialize, network and form relationships. These aren’t just concerts; they are fun mini-vacations and our guests fly in from all over the country to join the party,” said Laughlin, whose company also produces the Arizona Jazz Festival and the San Diego Jazz Festival.
Starting at $65.00 for single-day ticket and $285.00 for a 3-day seat, tickets for the Las Vegas Jazz Festival are available online at www.lvjazzfestival.com and by phone at 602.244.8444.
Additional information about the Las Vegas Jazz Festival is available at www.lvjazzfestival.com.
Phoenix, Arizona-based BTWconcerts.com is one of the premiere concert producers in the Southwest. Among the star-studded jazz and R&B concerts and multiday music and lifestyle festivals that the company promotes are the Arizona Jazz Festival (http://arizonajazzfestival.com), Las Vegas Jazz Festival (http://www.lvjazzfestival.com) and San Diego Jazz Festival (http://www.sandiegojazzfest.com).
Source: Great Scott P.R.oductions
Tags: Smooth Jazz, Smooth Jazz Festival Augsburg 2013, Warren Hill
WARREN HILL live @ Germany’s greatest Soul, Funk & Jazz-Party
Saxophone | Saturday, September 14, 2013 at 09:30 pm
Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Warren Hill began his musical journey on the guitar and vocals at the age of 7. On a Summer Music Camp, he finally came into contact with jazz and the saxophone. Back in Toronto, he formed a fusion band, playing Weather Report, Pat Metheny, Spyro Gyra, Grover Washington Jr. and David Sanborn.
The debut CD “Kiss Under the Moon” (1991) quickly caught the attention of the industry and Natalie Cole, who was looking for an opening act for her “Unforgettable” tour. Suddenly Warren found himself performing in front of 250,000 people in 2 months. Since then, Warren has released 11 solo CD’s which have reached combined worldwide sales of over 1 million copies. With ’97s “Shelter”, Hill began featuring his vocals as well as his instrumental skills. In 2002 Warren created the concept for the world’s first Smooth Jazz Cruise. His latest album release is “La Dolce Vita” (2008).
His live show is critically acclaimed as one of the best in his genre and has taken him around the globe. He has earned accolades from a variety of institutions including: 6 Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards, multiple SESAC Songwriter Awards, multiple #1 songs at R&R, USA Today and Billboard. He has performed as a special guest for many Artists, including the #1 Pop hits “Baby I Love Your Way” with Big Mountain, “Tell Me What You Dream” with Restless Heart.
Here you can order your exclusive hotel package:
2 nights (September 13-15, 2013) incl. breakfast & all concerts: from 228,00 Euro per person in a double room
Concert tickets per day (without hotel): from 46,00 Euro per person
Tags: Brian Culbertson, Dominic Amato, Eric Darius, Euge Groove, George Benson, Jessy J, Peter White, Richard Elliot, Smooth Jazz, Warren Hill, Yarnell 19 Benefit Concert
Jazz relief is on the way for victims of the recent Yarnell fire. The M.U.S.I.C. Foundation of Arizona and Arizona Jazz Festival producer Brad Laughlin have teamed with Phoenix City Council Member of District 8 Michael Johnson and Alan “AP” Powell to assemble a galaxy of contemporary jazz stars to perform a benefit concert for the families affected by the tragic fire, including the 19 families of the fallen firefighters and those who lost homes. The show featuring a bevy of hitmakers will be held this Friday, August 2nd at 7 PM at the Orpheum Theatre. Tickets are on sale now at www.arizonajazzfestival.com or by calling 602-244-8444. The minimum donation per ticket is $50.00 although digging deeper is encouraged.
The All-Star Jam will feature contemporary jazz and R&B luminaries George Benson, Brian Culbertson, Peter White, Euge Groove, Warren Hill, Michael Lington, Eric Darius, Jessy J and Dominic Amato along with other surprise guests.
“Dating back to (Hurricane) Katrina, BTWconcerts (producer of the Arizona Jazz Festival) has been donating funds whenever and wherever these devastating natural disasters occur, but this one, the Yarnell fire, happened right in our own backyard thus we had to do something significant to help our local community. We’re working with the local government and the firefighters to raise much needed funds. The artists generously agreed to waive their performance fees and the Orpheum Theatre stepped up to donate the venue. We’re (BTWconcerts) covering the costs to bring the artists in so that we can donate every dollar from ticket sales to assist the families of the fallen firefighters and those who lost their home,” said Laughlin.
“This is a tremendous loss for our community and we need to continue to support the families of those 19 firefighters not just today, but even years from now. We reached out and gathered an all-star line-up of jazz artist from across the country who wanted to help and all of them have waived their fees so we could give everything we make this night to the families and children of fallen firefighters,” said Johnson.
All of the proceeds will aid the victims of the Yarnell fire disaster through the 100 Club of Arizona, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides immediate financial assistance to families of public safety officers and firefighters who are seriously injured or killed in the line of duty, and provides resources to enhance their safety and welfare.
The M.U.S.I.C. Foundation of Arizona purchased tickets and has set them aside so the families of the fallen firefighters can attend and be part of the evening.
Friday, August 2nd at 7:00 pm at the Orpheum Theatre.
Tickets are available at http://www.arizonajazzfestival.com/yarnell or by phone at 602-244-4444.
There is a minimum donation of $50.00 per ticket, although digging deeper is encouraged.
Orpheum Theatre, 203 West Adams Street, Phoenix, AZ, Phoenix, Arizona 85003