See You Out There
STEVIE WONDER AT KEY ARENA
R&B superstar Stevie Wonder returns to the road to celebrate his critically acclaimed 1976 album, “Songs in the Key of Life” and will play the Key Arena at Seattle Center on December 3rd. The 64-year-old multi-instrumentalist and award-winning musician performed the entire album for the first time ever at a Los Angeles benefit concert last year and is set to perform the collection’s 21 tracks.
CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE
MICHAEL LINGTON-SOUL APPEAL With seven solo albums already to his name, Danish sax-man Michael Lington has been an ever present on the contemporary jazz scene for the past twenty-five years. His latest CD, ‘Soul Appeal’, finds him in the company of legendary writer and producer Barry Eastmond with whom he has discovered a vibe firmly rooted in 60’s and 70’s Memphis soul. Not only that, joining him in the venture is an all-star cast of performers including Kenny Lattimore, Ryan Shaw, Freddie Washington, Paul Jackson Jr., Ray Parker Jr., and Lenny Castro for a body of work that will be essential listening for all those who like their smooth jazz spiced with a modicum of soul.
CONTINUE READING HERE
Enter to Win!
AVERAGE WHITE BAND – JAZZ ALLEY
The Average White Band, widely considered among the very best in R&B and soul history, returns to Jazz Alley for four nights of blistering funk. For the better part of the last forty years, the Average White Band has performed sold-out shows around the world, confirming the timeless appeal of their infectious flair.
ENTER TO WIN HERE