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190 - Kimbel Concert: JAZZSMITH (4/14/18)

Instructor: Harry Turner, Linda Ketron
Dates: Apr 14, 2018 to Apr 14, 2018
Time: From 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Materials: you are welcome to BYO an adult beverage, if preferred
Class Cost: $30.00
Is Class Open? no
Description: As the ninth in the Kimbel Concert Series, this program will be held at Kimbel Lodge in Hobcaw Barony, a charming, intimate venue for 90. From his introduction to the drums at the tender age of 5, Gerald Smith has been performing professionally as a lead vocalist and drummer since he was 10. After touring with his college ensemble, he formed an R&B group in Arizona which performed for 15 years throughout the southwest, followed by work as an engineer/studio manager in Trinidad where he performed with numerous top artists. He joined the group Michael Boothman and Kysofusion which was the opening act for Al Jarreau, George Duke, Wynton Marsalis, Arturo Sandoval and others. Upon his return to the U.S., he joined the smooth jazz group Indigo City for a few years and then formed JAZZSMITH, performing at many jazz festivals including the Montreaux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. The group's most recent project is a compilation of his smooth jazz percussive styles and the smooth melodies from over the years, titled "Jazzsmith Live and Unedited." A sample set includes their versions of favorites like Just the Two of Us, Maputo, On Broadway, Masquerade, Footprints, Let’s Stay Together, What’s Goin' On, My Funny Valentine, My Girl. Space is limited (we have 90 seats, we'll only take 90 reservations). Light refreshments and iced tea provided.
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