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Arizona Jazz Festival
Phone (602) 244-8444
Price $35-$300
Age Suitability 18 and up
Categories Jazz R&B and Soul
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Arizona Jazz Festival

Friday, Apr 12, 2013 7:00p to 10:00p
The Wigwam Resort Litchfield Park, AZ

2013 LINEUP
:: FRIDAY, APRIL 12 ::
JILL SCOTT
WILL DOWNING

:: SATURDAY, APRIL 13 ::
THE ISLEY BROTHERS
JEFFREY OSBORNE & EUGE GROOVE
MINDI ABAIR, PETER WHITE & DAVID PACK
LARRY GRAHAM &
GRAHAM CENTRAL STATION
LALAH HATHAWAY & RAHSAAN PATTERSON
ELAN TROTMAN

:: SUNDAY, APRIL 14 ::
ANTHONY HAMILTON
INDIA.ARIE
DAVID SANBORN
ANGIE STONE
NICK COLIONNE
ANDRE DELANO, JEANETTE HARRIS
& PHIL DENNY

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Performers at this Event
Will Downing
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Deep-voiced, 1970s-influenced R&B/soul vocalist who favors romantic songs and often collaborates with smooth jazzer Gerald Albright. ~ Rovi
Lalah Hathaway
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As the daughter of 1970s soul star Donny Hathaway, Lalah Hathaway had some big shoes to fill, and she proved herself to be up to the task with her 1990 debut album, which produced a string of hits including “Heaven Knows....
The Isley Brothers
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Over the course of multiple decades and multipe musical styles, the Brothers are an R&B institution. ~ Rovi
David Sanborn
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David Sanborn is one of the most successful saxophonists in American music. From the mid-1970s on, his razor-sharp style and sense of groove have made him a giant in the smooth-jazz field....
Larry Graham
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Graham Central Station was a showcase for the revolutionary pop-and-slap bass guitar of Larry Graham, an alumnus of Sly & the Family Stone largely responsible for originating the percussive groove which typified the progressive funk sound of the 1970s....
Jeffrey Osborne
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Soulful singer whose smooth, yet darkly seductive vocals made him a fixture of the '80s pop & R&B charts. ~ Rovi
Angie Stone
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Is an only child. Started her career as part of the female rap trio Sequence alongside Gwendolyn Chisolm and Cheryl Cook. Developed sarcoidosis, a disease affecting the upper respiratory system, but continued her singing career....
Anthony Hamilton
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Singer-songwriter whose deep, soulful, heartwrenching voice betrays years of struggle before mid-'00s discovery. ~ Rovi
Nick Colionne
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Like many aspiring musicians, guitarist/vocalist Nick Colionne was born into the business. At the behest of his stepfather, he picked up the guitar at the age of nine. A professional touring artist by the age of 15, Colionne spent much of his time on the road with older musicians, often penciling in a fake mustache to fit in....
Mindi Abair
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Born on tour into a musical family, Mindi Abair was playing piano by the age of five. Within three years, she was playing saxophone and writing songs. She made her way through Berklee performing all kinds of music from jazz to rock and R&B....
Jill Scott
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A writer who evolved into a triumphant R&B performer and then a stage and film actress, Jill Scott grew up in Philadelphia and wrote lyrical, evocative poetry &#8212 poetry that prompted her discovery by Amir, drummer of the R&B band the Roots....
David Pack
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Before he embarked on a solo career, David Pack was firmly entrenched in the core of the soft rock movement of the mid-'70s into the early '80s as the lead singer for Ambrosia. His first solo endeavor in 1985 failed to live up to the quality and caliber of Ambrosia's releases, but did spawn the hit "I Just Can't Let Go," which featured guest vocalists James Ingram and Michael McDonald....
Location & Nearby Info
The Wigwam Resort
300 E. Wigwam Blvd.
Litchfield Park, AZ 85340
(623) 935-3811
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