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Come out and enjoy an evening of Jazz, R&B and Neo-Soul music with me and friends. Date: Saturday, June 20, 2015 Time: 5pm-6:30pm No alcohol please, it's a family event. What to bring: Lawn chairs, blankets, and the kids. Vendors: Will be selling food and beverages. www.alankingmusic.comSave
The Southern Maryland Wine, Jazz, R&B and Funk Festival Presents “Alan King” Mark your calendars folks! Come out and enjoy an afternoon of jazz and R&B with me at the first jazz festival in Southern Maryland. Trust and believe me when I say that, you don’t want to miss it! Save some cash and buy the early bird tickets. I’m in a giving mood… so add your name and email on my website and download three “FREE” tracks to any of our mobile devices. Date: Saturday, August 1, 2015 Address: 140 Calvert Fair Drive Prince Fredrick, MD 20610 (Park Area) *What to bring: Lawn chairs and blankets. Food Vendors: Will be available. Lineup: http://vendor-nation.com/?ui=host#performances10 My recommendation: Early Bird ticket price is $30 per person For more information and future performances, check out www.alankingmusic.comTickets Save
Label: King Music Group
Bio: Transcending the traditional limits of the contemporary urban jazz genre, the Maryland based, multi-talented composer, keyboardist and percussionist sets his bright and sensuous melodies to a wide variety of rhythms and grooves, from in the pocket smooth jazz to Pop/R&B, high energy Brazilian jaz...See Full Bio
"On Alan King’s ultra melodic, instantly infectious second album Something More he takes the exotica factor to exciting new territory. Venturing on a joyful Latin romp and getting “Lost in Los Cabos” that features Eddie Baccus Jr.’s buoyant flute harmonies, then heading to the Eastern Hemisphere for a light funk meditation and hypnotic koto sounds on “Samurai”. Baccus Jr. also plays a prominent role via his eloquent soprano sax on the mid tempo ballad “What If”. King reflects the light keyboard magic on the elegant and lightly funky title track and the easy grooving meditation “Chills Down My Spine.” In a genre where some artists don’t put much thought into titles, King reflects his playful, whimsical spirit perfectly on tracks like “Swagga”, “Sweet Little Sexy Momma” and the lively, bass heavy closer “Yeah Datz Right.” No longer content to simply “experiment”, King is truly committed to giving his fans Something More!