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Jazz the Vote with George Kahn at the Jazz Bakery

SOURCE: Published: 2008-09-20
George Kahn The George Kahn “West Coast Jazz” Quartet will perform at The Jazz Bakery on Monday evening, October 6th. One night only, there will be two sets at 8 PM and at 9:30 PM.

George Kahn, on Piano, will be joined onstage with an All Star group of musicians, including Harry Kim (of The Vine Street Horns &American Idol fame) on trumpet, Jack LeCompte on drums and Steve Pandis on bass.

George’s will be celebrating the rise of his 6th CD, “COVER UP!”, on the Jazz Week Radio charts. “COVER UP!” is on its 14th week on the charts and climbing upwards. The CD is an inspired collection of notable contemporary music that he has created Jazz arrangements for, along with original material as well. Some of the selections include Pink Floyd’s “Comfortably Numb” and Paul McCartney’s “Yesterday”.

With the elections coming up in November, George has put forth a spirited campaign to “Jazz The Vote” by telling those who download his instrumental version of John Mayers’ “Waiting For The World To Change” on itunes, that he will donate $1. to the Political Party of their Choice (per download). October 20th is the deadline to register to vote.

The Jazz Bakery is located at 3233 Helms Avenue, Culver City, CA 90034, (310-271-9039). Tickets can be purchased at the door or in advance by calling the Jazz Bakery. Tickets for this concert are $25.00 per person; $15.00 for students under 21 with ID. No reservations are necessary.

George Kahn's Cover Up! doesn't waste any time. The swing kicks in hard and fast --–‘ Cover Up! is a sterling musical statement from an unselfish and swinging pianist. Don't let it go unnoticed.


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