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George Duke, Marcus Miller, David Sanborn: Summer Tour

SOURCE: Published: 2011-04-28

Fans of the crossroads where funk and jazz intersect are marking their calendars for an explosive one-of-a-kind concert package touring the U.S. this summer. For the first time, keyboardist George Duke, bassist Marcus Miller and saxophonist David Sanborn are uniting to perform as one band under the moniker DMS.

Each an accomplished soloist and composer in his own right, this trio of music legends will be gifting the masses with a generous set list comprised of ferocious funk, serious jazz, to-the-bone blues and anything else they feel like playing that night. Launching May 28 at the House of Blues near Orlando, Florida, the DMS tour will be sponsored by Jazz Cruises, producer of The Jazz Cruise and The Smooth Jazz Cruise.


  • May 28 Lake Buena Vista (Orlando), FL—House of Blues
  • May 29 Jacksonville, FL—Jacksonville Jazz Festival
  • May 30 Atlanta, GA—Atlanta Jazz Festival, Chastain Park


  • June 1 Buffalo, NY—Kleinhans Auditorium
  • June 2 Glenside (Philadelphia), PA—Keswick Theater
  • June 3 Columbia, MD—Capital Jazz Festival
  • June 23 Pittsburgh, PA—Stage AE
  • June 24 Kettering (Dayton), OH—Fraze Pavilion
  • June 25 Charlotte, NC—Roadrunner Mobile Amphitheatre
  • June 26 Hampton, VA—Hampton Jazz Festival


  • August 5 Apple Valley (Minneapolis), MN—Weesner Amphitheater
  • August 6 Chicago, IL—Park West
  • August 7 St. Louis, MO—Blanche M. Touhill Performing Arts Center
  • August 8 Kansas City, MO—Uptown Theatre
  • August 9 Denver, CO—Denver Botanic Gardens
  • August 12 Seattle, WA—Benaroya Hall
  • August 13 Portland, OR—Roseland Theatre
  • August 14 San Jose, CA—San Jose Jazz Festival
  • August 26 Santa Barbara, CA—Granada Theatre
  • August 27 Brooks (Sacramento), CA—Cache Creek Resort
  • August 28 San Diego, CA—Humphrey's Concerts by the Bay
  • August 31 Hollywood, CA—Hollywood Bowl

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