Crooner Bill Medley, saxophonist Candy Dulfer, and guitarist Jonathan Butler join smooth-jazz star Dave Koz for a night of holiday classics
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Who is Dave Koz?: one of the most revered stars of the smooth-jazz genre, and a king of the pop saxophone
Where you first became keen to his funky tones: when he toured in the late ’80s with Richard Marx or blew his horn on The Arsenio Hall Show
Decades later: he’s a platinum-selling adult-contemporary star with nine Grammy nominations, a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, his own radio program, and a government-issued “License to Solo”
Other artists who’ve enlisted his talents: Ray Charles, Natalie Cole, Celine Dion, U2, Rod Stewart, Luther Vandross, and Stevie Wonder
Dave’s Christmas clout: The New York Times says of his latest Christmas album, “By all rights, smooth jazz should own the holiday season, and the saxophonist Dave Koz is better positioned than anyone to make it so.” Of his energetic holiday shows, Examiner.com christens him “Santa Koz.”
Dave’s Friends: Dutch saxophone star Candy Dulfer, whom you may remember from the 1989 hit “Lily Was Here,” Grammy-nominated gospel crooner and jazz fusion guitarist Jonathan Butler, and legendary blue-eyed soul singer Bill Medley of The Righteous Brothers—all of whom help Dave wet his reed under the mistletoe.