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POSTPONED TIL Sun Sept 9 Due to Weather on July 20. Featuring Gerald Albright, Rick Braun & Richard Elliot and Introducing Aubrey Logan.
We apologize for any inconvenience and THANK YOU for your patience as we worked with the Koz team to reschedule this date for you.
Tickets for the July 20th show will be honored on September 9, 2018 or if you are unable to attend, refunds will be issued at the original point of purchase through September 8, 2018.
Nine-time GRAMMY® nominee Dave Kozremembers a time when the summers lasted forever, and the most popular rock, R&B, soul and funk bands of the day were propelled by high-octane, richly arranged horn sections. Indeed, from the late 1960s through the ‘70s, bands like Sly & the Family Stone, Tower of Power, Earth Wind & Fire, Chicago, Blood Sweat & Tears and other brassy juggernauts of the era ruled the airwaves and opened his young ears to the saxophone’s limitless possibilities as a solo instrument as well as a collaborative voice with the trumpet and trombone.
Four decades later, Koz has assembled three of his most talented and trusted colleagues – Gerald Albright, Rick Braun and Richard Elliot – to revisit this golden age with new arrangements of classic songs from this period in the history of popular music.
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