Music

French American Jazz Exchange

The French-American Jazz Exchange fosters the development of jazz artists from France and the United States through the support of jointly conceived projects that encourage artistic exploration, provide exposure to new audiences, and initiate new and strengthen existing professional relationships between artists from the participating countries.

Jason Miles – To Grover With Love

Grover’s material stands the test of time when in the hands of Grammy Award winning producer and keyboardist Jason Miles. Known for work with Miles Davis, Luther Vandross and Sting among so many others, Miles has now become a principle curator of recent, mostly urban music culture that captivates audiences whose favor for the catalogs of Marvin Gaye, Ivan Lins, and now Sly & The Family Stone attest to the Jason Miles handling of the material.

Jason Miles – Kind of New

Kind Of New is a superb album suffused with the sound and spirit of Miles Davis…

Rave On!

The Buddy Holly Experience. Re-invents the ordinary tribute show with an electrifying, high-energy, rock n’ roll extravaganza featuring a dead-ringer for the legendary rocker. Backed by the rockin’ Rave On Band, their incredible musicianship helps ignite the stage and breathe new life into the music of Buddy Holly.

Rhapsody and Rhythm

The Official Gershwin Concert Experience. A multimedia concert event celebrating the ingenious music and legacy of George and Ira Gershwin.

Tonight You’re Mine

A TRIBUTE to the Songs of CAROLE KING. In the wake of the success of the hit Broadway musical “Beautiful,” Tonight You’re Mine delivers an experience audiences are clamoring for by gathering the songs of one of the most legendary songwriters and hit-makers of all time.

Yesterday and Today

The Interactive Beatles Experience. This amazing group, anchored by brothers Billy, Ryan and Matthew McGuigan, does away the worn out “tribute” format of bad wigs and fake accents. Instead, they perform as themselves and leave the song choices completely in the hands of the audience.

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