Marco and Ken appeared to be good friends. On the way back from the D. Ken told Marco that his dad could take him as his apprentice. Ken and Alden seemed to be on good terms. When Ken died, Alden is seen to be shocked and sad. Later, Alden sings at his funeral and mentions that he was a good person and will be missed. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki. Do you like this video?
This article is about the TV Series character. You may be looking for the Comic Series counterpart , the Fear character , the actor , or the producer. I mean, it comes across as grumpy. Look, I think he'd appreciate the extra help 'cause the Kingdom just sent in this large shipment of scrap metal to melt down. Contents [ show ]. I just hate the fact that when during a gig, i take my sax out,some shmuck in the audience will shout "silhoutte or songbird".
I attend a wedding or sometimes hired to play a wedding, and while i will suggest the typical jazz standards, like ' these foolish things, it had to be you, etc. Ok, im just ventilating here, but im sure you know what im saying:. I've heard Kenny play straight ahead jazz, jammin with some heavy true jazz cats and the boy can hold his own in straight ahead.
But thats not where the money is.. Relax ya'll As for his equipment, I thought he played a Yanigasawa soprano. I remember seeing an ad for Yani with his picture on it anyway.
One of the most frustrating things that I have realised as a musician is that. Most people are there to drink or pick up a mate. They may dance, but MOST are not there for the music. They want to talk and socialize with their friends If you're too loud, they automatically hate you no matter how good you are!
This is the biggest problem I've had playing clubs. As a musician, you want the mix to sound good. I like my drummer's bass drum to be good and loud and a good mix. Sometimes this is hard to achieve, and a lot of rooms that we've played have really bad acoustics.
There are certain songs you'll have to play rather you like them or not, or no matter how sick and tired of playing them you might be. That song just makes me want to jump out of my skin!
We get so many requests for that song, and you HAVE to at least try to please your audience. This one is pretty obvious. Professional conduct.
Don't get drunk when you're playing music. Maybe a beer or 2, but keep it under control. Don't date the help, and be very discrete if you meet someone at the bar where you're playing. Gossip travels fast. The next thing you know, rumors are flying and the club owner calls you in the back and starts asking questions. Club owners see this as an attempt to take away their business. Have plenty of business cards on hand with a band's email address and website They're really easy to get, and geocities is free!
Go around and talk to your customers; at least the ones who seem to be enjoying the music, and shake hands, introduce yourself. People really like that, and then next week they tell their friends "We were at this club last week and met this band, and they came over and talked to us and they were really nice, lets go se them this weekend!
Those opportunities are few and far between. I wish you luck and maybe you'll be one of the lucky ones, but have fun with it, make new friends, and just have a good time with it. However if you're doing a once a month thing with shows other places, or a big show in a few weeks, then talk to management and mention it. I'll stop now. YES it does, stay away from it! I didn't get the context of this, but if you're the house band playing once a week then yes dont' mention other venues that you have a weekly at.
Anyway, this may not be the joint for me if you dudes hate Kenny G. The man is a genius, he has brought so much attention to the saxophone which I think is so awesome. Kenny is giving the people what they want to hear, haven't you guys figured that out.
I like old school jazz too, but at the same time I like Kenny G, Boney James, and Gerald Albright just to name a few modern day musicians. Listen, these guys are helping me put money in my pocket because their music is so popular and I don't mind at all when someone request that I play one of their tunes, to me it's an honor. You guys better learn to flow with the times or you will be ancient history. I ready to start a food fight just to break up the monotiny!
So, Kenny, if you read these things I know you have the talent. Put down that damn soprano and pick up a tenor or alto and play some REAL jazz! My 10 yr old daughter heard me playing along with a tune called Esther. She thought the song was beautiful! Yeah, I agree, a lot of his songs sound the same, but after working at the office for 9 hrs, and coming home to relax to some soothing sax, Kenny G.
Just my 2 cents worth. I would guess that there's concert pianists that feel the same way about Elton John and Alicia Keyes that some sax players feel about Kenny G abnd David Sanborn.
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Channels featuring Kenny G. Holiday music beyond the tried-and-true dozen songs everyone knows. Tons of renditions of "Blue Christmas" and "White Christmas". Softer Christmas favorites for when you can almost hear the snow fall One "Girl", dozens of unique and inspiring versions of one of the most recorded songs in history. Add some rhythm to your life with these Smooth Jazz-steppers' crossovers. Smooth Jazz instrumentals alongside smooth instrumental takes on holiday classics.
Christmas Hits. Merry Christmas, Darling. Christmas Eve. Christmas Morning. Family Christmas Singalong. Relaxing Christmas Music. One of the most successful instrumentalists to ever hit the charts, Kenny G's sound has been a mainstay of easy listening radio, hotel bars and foyers for years. Gorelick started playing professionally with Barry White's Love Unlimited Orchestra in before graduating from University of Washington.
It wasn't until his Duotones album in , featuring the popular single Songbird, that Gorelick found mainstream success and worked with other artists including Whitney Houston. His later Breathless album proved he had hit the big time, selling more than 8 million copies in the US alone, while he also had hit albums with Miracles in and Moment in He moved back somewhat to jazz coming into the new millennium, releasing a collection of jazz tunes Classic In The Key Of G, then into tropical with Paradise in He continued to mix it up with At Last All rights reserved.
Kenny G fans. Artist's Top Tracks. RnB 90s. Michael Bolton: Greatest Hits. Michael Bolton. Glenn Frey. About Kenny G Kenny G has single-handedly transformed jazz into a genre that actually sells records in numbers normally associated with modern pop stars over 30 million sold so far. Jazz Instrumental Pop.Get Kenny Ken setlists - view them, share them, discuss them with other Kenny Ken fans for free on wooosporconmeddthano.dipabsupotcuwordistmormamonbelgrent.infoinfo!