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Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey: with Rick Braun and Richard Elliot!

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Crazy - this is a show that wasn't planned - it just fell into this groove - which is the story of my two guests!  Rick Braun was booked for July 1st.  But Richard Elliot was going to do the last Friday in June.  But the call came - could we please re-schedule for 7/1?  Hah!  SO: Old Friends and Musical Partners will share a "Hybrid Jazz" - thrilling!

 Exciting - Rick with his 16th album, "Can You Feel It" - and Richard with his 17th, "Lip Service."  The first is due on 7/8 and the second on 7/15!  Real and heartfelt music - and surrounded by musicians who understand the nature of what these successful artists wanted to convey.  That's priceless.  And what it does is drive home the point - more than ever - of WHY Rick and Richard have been so popular through the years.

 Rick started his roll with the song by REO Speedwagon, "Here With Me."  Word got out and he found himself playing with Rod Stewart, Natalie Cole, Tina Turner, Sade, Tom Petty and War.  His album, "Beat Street" (1994), was a tribute to his years WITH War.  And on his new CD, Rick wanted to convey the same spirit. Helping him out here: young players and seasoned pals like Philippe Saisse and Dave Koz.  AND Elliot Yamin!

Can you believe that it's 30 years since the release of Richard's solo debut, "Initial Approach?"  Our Scottish-born Dad of FIVE has been delighting us since - with his California Cool and Soulfully Hot Hybrid saxual expression (Ooooh!)  He has toured the world as both leader and with "Guitars & Saxes" and Tower of Power.  His collaboration with Paul Brown on this new CD is brimming with romance!   WAIT until you hear :)

Join us on 7/1!

 

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