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David Benoit, (born May 9, 1953) is an American jazz fusion / contemporary jazz pianist, composer and producer, who is from Los Angeles, California. He has been nominated for five Grammy Awards. His GRP debut album Freedom At Midnight was his biggest seller and most popular album. Check our available David Benoit concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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Over the years I've spent playing and reviewing music, I've come to learn to broaden my scopes and be more accepting of genres I initially dismissed for too heavily relying on bands uncomfortably similar to each other to act as that genre's poster-child. Whether it was death metal, country, or gangsta rap. I learned to differentiate between the small factors and my tastes gradually expanded to included more than I thought possible...
If a touch of grey makes a man look distinguished, his full head of hair gone grey makes David Benoit positively aristocratic. The knock on Benoit is he makes music that is pleasant yet not memorable and, at times, is dismissed as being lightweight. It's time to reassess that somewhat harsh appraisal as time has been kind to Benoit, as his playing grows stronger and his ideas more interesting...
They'll call Earthglow, the latest album by veteran jazz pianist David Benoit, a smooth or contemporary jazz record, and I have no problem with that. Some people might quarrel with classifying Earthglow as a contemporary jazz record -- as that category has come to be defined. Contemporary jazz (or smooth jazz) is now viewed by many as consisting of straight instrumental covers of R&B songs with just a smidgen of improvised solos...
This collection is a very nice sampling of the musical talents of jazz pianist and composer, David Benoit. Selected by Benoit, it starts with his first recording in 1977 and works its way up to the present. Some of the jazz compositions include "Los Angeles," "Wind Season," "East Coast Dancer," "Take A Look Inside My Heart," "If I Could Reach Rainbows." The CD contains fourteen selections...
An unusual and well-crafted production of nine compositions by jazz pianist David Benoit. The performances represent Benoit's interpretation of America in music, music he created and which carries a wide range of themes and emotions. His musicians include Luis Conte, Nathan East, Bela Fleck, Jerry Hay, Pat Kelley, Eric Marienthal, Tommy Morgan, Dean Parks, John Robinson, Pancho Sanchez, Carlos Vega, Kan Wild, and the London Symphony Orchestra...
Track Listing: 1. Linus And Lucy - 2. Charlie Brown Theme3. Pebble Beach4. Linus Tells Charlie5. Freda6. Christmas Time Is Here7. Getting Ready8. Blue Charlie Brown9. Red Baron10...
David Benoit was in bed the morning of September 11, 2001, when he was stirred by a phone call from Japan. It was his mother-in-law. She sprung the news about the terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Arlington, Virginia. "I turned on the TV by the time the second tower was attacked, he said in a recent interview. "We were pretty dumbfounded. The event inspired "9/11, the opening track of Benoit's new CD, Orchestral Stories, his debut on Peak Records...
After an orchestral CD, some more Peanuts music and an unplugged set paying tribute to his heroes, David Benoit reclaims his stature as one of contemporary jazz's favorite pianists. In spite of a somewhat new-agey designation, Earthglow is a synthesis of Benoit's favorite musical styles that lays down his easy-on-the-ears groove and recognizable flourishes, while also stamping his own technique on some new sounds...
Track Listing: Botswana Bossa Nova; Will's Chill; Unbelievable; Easy Day; Straightaway; New Creation; Earthglow; Sneaky as a Cat; Downtime; Brownie's Gone; Freedom at Midnight (The Schroeder Variations)...
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