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Some very phenomenal events are lined up this summer for all the music lovers out there. If you want to be part of an amazing music event, you're at the right place, because Earth, Wind and Fire and Dr. Lonnie Smith have now set the goal of enchanting you all with their live performance at the Saratoga Jazz Festival. If you are fan, this is certainly not an event you would want to miss out on. With thousands of fans across the world, tickets to the show are likely to run out real fast so book the Fire Dr Lonnie Smith Octet tickets now.
The American rock band, Earth, Wind & Fire hit the music scene in 1969 and has ever since received a lot of critical acclaim for not only their music, but also their energetic live performances. Specializing in pop, rock, funk, disco, soul, R&B, Latin and gospel, the band has a lot to offer to the audience. With an eclectic mix of music, it is recognized as one of the best bands of the 21st century. Hailed by the Rolling Stone as, “Innovative, precise yet sensual, calculated yet galvanizing”, it has even been acknowledged for changing “the sound of black pop”. Founded by Maurice White, the band currently includes Philip Bailey, Ralph Johnson, Al McKay, Larry Dun and Verdine White.
Earth Wind & Fire, known largely as EWF, has won several Grammy Award nominations. Band members, Maurice White and Bailey have even won individual Grammy Awards for their music. Not only this, the band has also been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as well as Vocal Group Hall of Fame. Five of the group's members have been included into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. The band has received a lot of acclaim for their dynamic sound and live shows as well as the excellent coordination of Bailey's falsetto and Maurice White's tenor. The African thumb piano, called the Kalimba, is a special feature of their music.
Some of the most famous songs of Earth, Wind & Fire include, Shinning Star, Reasons, Sing a Song, Getaway, Boogie Wonderland, After the Love has Gone, Let's Groove and Love's Holiday. If you want to hear their classic numbers and some of their new tunes live, this is surely the right event for you.
Earth, Wind & Fire will be accompanied by Dr. Lonnie Smith in their upcoming concert. Certainly an unparalleled performer, composer and musician, he has been a rightful master of the Hammond B-3 Organ for many years. Having performed with countless big names of the music industry, his music has been featured on several famous albums. Hailed commonly as a “Living Musical Icon”, Smith kicked off his career with his own music group, The Supremes. This is where he attracted the attention of many popular artists like, Lou Donaldson, George Benson and Jack McDuff.
Dr. Lonnie's first single, Finger Lickin Good was introduced with Columbia Records in 1966 and became a landmark single of his career. He appeared in many LP's with Blue Note; including an appearance in Alligator Boogaloo. Recognizing Smith's talent instantly, Blue Note signed a contract with Smith to produce some amazing jazz numbers, including Live at Club, Move Your Hand and Drives and Think!. He has worked with many other records labels, including Kudu, T.K., Criss Cross and Groove Merchant and has experimented with several genres, including house, rap, dance and acid jazz.
Inducted recently in the Buffalo Music Hall of Fame and Jazz Organ Fellowship's Hall of Fame, Smith has also been in limelight for introducing his own record label, Pilgrimage Productions. He has also been in the news for his New Octet album, which will feature Jonathan Blake on drums, Little Johnny Rivero on congas, Ed Cherry on guitar, Ian Hendrickson on alto sax and flute and John Ellis on tenor and bass clarinet.
So, if you're a fan of both these artists, this is certainly a must attend concert for you. If you're looking for a great time, get the Fire Dr Lonnie Smith Octet tickets and see them perform at this year's Freihofer's Saratoga Jazz Festival.