Jeremy Davenport Tickets
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|New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival: 1st Weekend - 3 Day Pass|| New Orleans Fairgrounds
New Orleans, LA
|New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival: 1st Weekend - Saturday|| New Orleans Fairgrounds
New Orleans, LA
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A talented artist, Jeremy Davenport has music in his blood. He was born in a family of musicians in 1970 and inherited the skill from his parents. His mother has taught music for almost 50 years and his father was a part of the St. Louis Symphony. Hence, from the very beginning, Davenport got a chance to see how the members of Symphony played music. He started playing with them and that’s how he first learned the basics. He then received a scholarship to study at the Manhattan School of Music where the famous trumpeter Wynton Marsalis was also studying at that time. After getting some initial music education from this school, Davenport went to the University of New Orleans.
Davenport polished his skills under the guidance of his teacher and well known pianist, Ellis Marsalis and turned out to be a great jazz trumpeter. As soon as he completed his music education, Davenport joined hands with Harry Connick Jr.’s Big Band. He went for an international tour with the band and returned to New Orleans after six long years. His exposure to international audience during the early nineties gave him ample fame and he started to develop a healthy fan following. Due to great demand, he began performing locally at some of the best venues like Snug Harbor. These performances gave him a lot of confidence and a reason why cheap Jeremy Davenport tickets are in great demand today.
Getting inspiration from Harry Connick, Davenport started to focus more on his singing skills rather than trumpet. Soon he released two albums- ‘Jeremy Davenport’ and ‘Maybe in a Dream’ one after the other. He started to perform at the Ritz Carlton Hotel which continues till date. The well-reputed singer met Emeril Lagasse in the same hotel. Through him Davenport made his television debut on Lagasse’s cooking show as well as on a sitcom. He was also featured in the ‘David Letterman Show’ and ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’, among others.
Davenport incorporates a modern blend of American Jazz standards in his own compositions, hence creating unique music. Overall, he has released six music albums, the latest one being released in 2009 in contract with New Orleans based Basin Street Records. “We’ll Dance ‘Til Dawn”, his latest album featured the singer Kermit Ruffins. The album he reflects his cheerful improvisational style and his talent for playing around with various music instruments. It is a more refined version of his previous album ‘Live at the Bistro’, in which the musician ‘fully steeped himself in the rhythmic gumbo of the New Orleans jazz tradition’. The popularity of his original hits including ‘That Old Black Magic’, ‘I Could Hear Your Heartbeat’ and ‘Almost Never’ will never fade out. The songs of this trained trumpeter are appreciated for their stylistic softness and serve as an important mean of communication with the audience. Listeners love his jaunty and warm style on stage while he sings the effective jazz compositions.
Jeremy Davenport’s music is crisp, rhythmic and confident; not only his solo recordings but also the ones that he recorded as a part of the duo that came to be known as, Mr. Fancy Pants- Davenport and the King of Treme- Ruffins. Together they have created some astounding music, which reflects the New Orleans jazz tradition in a modern way. For more than a decade, this music composer has enormously contributed to the American jazz music. From the very beginning, he has secured a respected position in the music industry within America as well as in other parts of the world. Jeremy Davenport is coming to your city to treat you with the music from super hit era of nineties along with the latest recordings. The great news is that we have got cheap Jeremy Davenport tickets for all our valued customers, so don’t delay in getting the tickets.