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RAISE IT UP
October, 9th at Benaroya Hall, Kirk Whalum and Eric Benet help the Atlantic Street Center raise funds and awareness for a much beloved Seattle Youth Center. The Raise It Up concert benefits children, youth and families of Seattle and King County. It’s going to be an exciting and soulful evening of music, starring Grammy Award-winning saxophonist Kirk Whalum and Grammy Award-nominated singer/songwriter Eric Benet. So, learn more and come help Atlantic Street Center celebrate 105 years of service.
DAVID SANBORN - TIME & THE RIVER
Time and the River, the new album from David Sanborn, is his first collaboration in the studio with producer and bass player Marcus Miller in over fifteen years. Through the years, the two have worked together on a number of records, winning five Grammy Awards ® and seven Gold Records. Time and The River is a modern groove oriented album, with funky beats and beautiful ballads where Sanborn can show the emotional side of his legendary saxophone skills. Along with Miller, the album features Roy Assaf on alto flute, Justin Mullens on trumpet, Tim Vaughn on trombone, Ricky Peterson on organ, Javier Diaz on percussion and Marcus Baylor on drums. Guest vocalists include R&B and jazz singer Randy Crawford on “The Windmills of Your Mind,” and Tower of Power vocalist Larry Braggs on the funky “Can t Get Next to You.”
One of the most commercially successful saxophonists, David Sanborn has released 25 albums, won six Grammy Awards ® and has eight Gold and one Platinum album. He continues to be one of the most active musicians of his genre, with annual tour dates exceeding 150. He has worked with many diverse artists including Luther Vandross, Gil Evans, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie and Eric Clapton. David is an artist who pushes the limits and continues to make music that challenges the mind and goes straight to the heart.
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IN CONCERT FOR CANCER
September 18th Dave Koz, Rick Braun and special guest Kenny Latimore perform in concert to raise money for Children’s Hospital Cancer Research. The concert event takes place outdoors at the Redhook Brewery in Woodinville. You could win a pair of tickets to enjoy the music and the day. Follow the link below to enter to win and learn more about In Concert for Cancer.