Jazz Roots David Sanborn Tickets

Prepare to be thoroughly entertained as the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre becomes host to the legendary David Sanborn. Mark your attendance to the event simply by purchasing cheap David Sanborn tickets, as they are now being offered at amazing rates. The venue is situated in Atlanta’s Galleria Edge City. This grand facility that cost approximately one hundred and forty five million dollars to construct was inaugurated in 2007 with a debut concert that presented artists such as Linda Eder and Michael Feinstein. The name of the facility has been kept after the Cobb Energy Management Corporation which is a non-profit energy utility company. The company purchased the naming rights of this arts venue for a grand total of twenty million dollars. This facility constitutes of the John A. Williams Theatre which is a three thousand seat massive theatrical room that was constructed in commemoration of John A. Williams, a professional developer provided the construction company with a donation of ten million dollars.

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This theatre has grown to become one of the most popular entertainment venues where Broadway shows, musicals, dramas, orchestral presentations and plays are held. Apart from this theatre, the facility also has a ballroom that is built over ten thousand square foot of land and is open for rentals. Some popular events that have taken place at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre include performances by the Atlanta Opera, the Atlanta Ballet, the Gas South Broadway Series and concerts by artists such as ABBA, Alice Cooper, Norah Jones, Bill Maher, Melissa Etheridge, Harry Connick Jr. and Eddie Izzard. This time this state of the art performing arts centre is hosting an upcoming presentation that will bring forward musicians and artists such as David Sanborn and Jonathan Butler. Do not miss out on the opportunity to purchase your David Sanborn tickets and book your attendance for the event today.
The main attraction of the event is David Sanborn who is a popular alto saxophonist. Born in 1945, Sanborn started playing and performing in 1959 and has been participating actively ever since. This classical alto saxophonist is known to incorporate several genres of music, creating a unique fusion of sounds. He has been known to bring together visions of smooth jazz, rock, pop, R&B and funk music, while also highlighting classical tunes. With these sounds, the musician released his debut album in 1975 named “Taking Off” while also working with David Bowie on his album “Young Americans” in the same year. Sanborn started playing and experimenting with the saxophone since a very early age and recognized his love for the instrument while he was still in high school. He is known to be one of the most influential saxophonists of the 1980s, as described by popular music critic, Scott Yannow. As a soloist Sanborn has released a total of twenty albums, releasing his most recent one in 2010. As a sideman Sanborn has collaborated with musicians such as George Benson on his album “Good King Bad”, Hubert Laws’ “The Chicago Theme” and Todd Rundgren on two of his albums “Initiation” and “A Wizard, a True Star”.
Sanborn was also approached by directors and film producers to compose soundtracks of feature films suchas “Lethal Weapon 2”, “Lethal Weapon 3”, “Lethal Weapon 4”, “Psycho III”, “Finnegan Begin Again”, “Moment to Moment” and “Stelle Sulla Citta”. The musician was also seen performing live with artists such as James Brown, Eric Clapton, Stevie Wonder, Bruce Springsteen, James Taylor, Kenny G, Billy Joel, the Eagles and Roger Waters. A few of his most popular live performances include A Celebration: The Music of Pete Townshed and The Who, that took place in 1994 and then The Wizard of Oz in Concert: Dreams Come True showcase that was held in 1995. If you wish to witness an intense, heart filling live performance by this appreciated musician, then you will be glad to know about his forthcoming concert. Grab your David Sanborn tickets now.

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