McGlohon Theater, Charlotte, NC
It's time to get jazzy!!! Join as I am very excited to be a part of this show. Everyone will be bringing heat!!!
Jazz N Soul Music presents a high-energy concert event featuring a fusion of live Jazz, R&B, and Funk anchored by International Recording Artist and Saxophonist Adrian Crutchfield, with special guest Grammy award winning Vocalist and Trombonist Saunders Sermons, R&B/Soul Singer Ke'Andra, and host Mr. Garcia!
Join us on Saturday April 17th for Jazz N Soul Music’s first theater event of the year! Adrian Crutchfield's Private Party Volume II is a live up-tempo experience designed with the live music connoisseur in mind! Performance will include a dynamic tribute to Prince!
Adrian Crutchfield is known around the world for his neo-soul sound – creating music in a variety of genres such as jazz, R&B, pop, funk, soul, hip hop, and fusion. His high energy show brings a diversity to jazz never seen before with music for every generation! Adrian takes pride in bringing a new and powerful sound, merging jazz with today’s pop and hip hop.
Adrian Crutchfield has taken the world by storm in recent years, not only as the last sax player to perform and record with Prince, touring the world and being featured on Prince’s last three albums, but also touring domestically and internationally with acts such as Lionel Ritchie, Bette Midler, and Cee Lo Green.
Saunders Sermons II is an American singer, trombonist, song writer and a two-time Grammy Award Winner. Since his early days in Florida, Sermons has grown to become an established independent artist with an admirable music career. As a trombonist, Sermon’s vocals & trombone can be heard on Tedeschi Trucks Bands single “Part Of Me.” He has performed with hip hop and R&B icons such as Snoop Dog, along with Jay-Z and Mary J. Blige.
In 2008 Saunders toured with R&B Grammy award vocalist Maxwell earning him his first Grammy. Sermons has also performed with jazz trumpet player Roy Hargrove. Fusing jazz with soul is Sermon’s own unique blend of artistry.
Sermons has been a member of the Tedesci Trucks Band since 2010, a role that has earned him a second GRAMMY award.
Tickets start at $29.50