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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Aug 03, 2013-
Aug 03, 2013
04:00PM - 07:00PM
Rodney Strong Summer Concert Series
BWB – Rick Braun, Kirk Whalum & Norman Brown
Sonoma,
Rodney Strong Vineyards
Event Description

The 23rd annual concert series at Rodney Strong Vineyards builds upon its stellar reputation of legendary musicians, a beautiful concert setting and award-winning wines.  Surrounded by acres of beautiful vineyards, guests will be treated to some of the top performers in contemporary music while picnicking at the winery’s intimate concert venue, The Green

Individually, they are three titans of contemporary music: Rick Braun, the gifted trumpeter/flugelhornist with the golden voice; GRAMMY® Award-winning tenor saxophonist Kirk Whalum, the Memphis-born artist who mixes Beale Street, gospel, the blues and bop; and Norman Brown, the GRAMMY®-winning guitarist who brings a Louisiana lilt to his Wes Montgomery/George Benson influenced six-string soulful strut. They came together eleven years ago as the supergroup known as BWB and their historic album Groovin’, made them one of the most sought-after groups at that time.

This terrific triad reassembles with the June 18, 2013 release of Human Nature on Heads Up International. This long-awaited sequel spotlights BWB’s reimaging of eleven selections made famous by the King of Pop, Michael Jackson.

 

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Hospitality Center     Email: hospitality@rodneystrong.com
Phone: 866-779-4637

 

 

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