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Arizona Wine Growers Association presents: The Grand Wine Festival held at the beautiful and historical San Marcos Resort. This is a two day festival beginning on Saturday, November 21, 2015 at 11:00am and continuing through Sunday, November 22, 2015 at 5:00pm. Music and Wine in the heart of Downtown Chandler. What more is there to say, except come chill with Spooky Kool on Saturday at 2:00pm. We are the Headliner for Saturday, so don't miss this one of a kind event.
The first ever Mesa Music Festival will be coming to downtown Mesa, AZ on November 13th – 15th, 2015! Spooky Kool will be performing on Sunday, November 15th at the Milano's Music Warehouse beginning at 1:00pm. The Milano's Music Warehouse is located at 38 West Main, Mesa, Arizona Spooky Kool will be performing music from their upcoming CD and selections from their first release, The Spirit of Spooky Kool. Come out and enjoy the sounds of Spooky Kool and have a great time listing to over 200 bands during the Mesa Music Festival.
Blue Guitar Festival sponsored by Artizona
This is a Spirit of the Senses Salon Please contact Spooky Kool for more details
This is the launch of the Phoenix Music Tour which will begin to open venues around the City of Phoenix and open performance opportunities for the propagation of Jazz and Pure Music Artists around the area
Sounds Like: Miles Davis, Freddie Hubbard, Herbie Hancock, Don Cherry, Toshinori Kondo
Manager: Gabriel Bey
Your Friend in the Spiritual Age
"Spooky Kool plays 'Head Bopping' Jazz for the Body | Mind | Spirit | Soul | Music."
Hello! We are Spooky Kool, Your Friend in the Spiritual Age, and we are a Globally recognized Phoenix-Based band. We write, record, and perform original compositio...See Full Bio
“I will begin by telling you about Gabriel Bey. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona. He started his band, Spooky Cool” in 2007. He is such a fine musician that even the (MFSB Orchestra) would be proud to include him as a performer of their historical musical works. I wrote and produced one song on the Philly classic: “Love Is The Message” album. And there was a Trumpet-lead written into the arrangement that I know that Gabriel Bey would play beautifully. That song is entitled: “Bitter Sweet,” that I wrote with Jack Faith of TSOP. His trumpet playing is as clear as the bell that rings at Philadelphia’s City Hall daily. I would also like to suggest that he has a capable band that plays along with him. And now I would love to hear Gabriel Bey on some East Coast Jazz-fusion material. I suspect that he would excel playing anything that the Jazz music greats have composed. That is why Gabriel Bey and his band are featured today, and are so recommended by me for all to hear, hire and enjo”