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International Recording Artist, U-Nam to Host Weekly Jazz Series

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The Cellar Nightclub adds Smooth Jazz to their Line-up: The One Soul Jazz Series

International Recording Artist U-Nam will be hosting The One Soul Jazz Series every Sunday evening from 6PM-9PM beginning October 18 with Special Guest Oli Silk at The Cellar in Long Beach, California.

U-Nam will open the show with his 6 piece band of world renowned musicians and feature chart topping keyboardist Oli Silk. Olis current hit, Chill or Be Chilled from his current CD entitled, The Limits the Sky, climbed to #3 on the Billboard Smooth Jazz chart and remained in the Top 10 for 4 months. He has been a featured keyboardist with Peter Whites Band, Euge Groove and Marc Antoine to name a few . Hailing from Paris, France, U-Nam best known for his #1 instrumental single, Street Life from the CD entitled, Back from the 80s topped Billboards Top 10 charts for an entire year. U-Nams recently released CD, Unanimity is sure to take the world by storm with his unique guitar sound and funky soul filled melodies.

The Cellar is located in downtown Long Beach and offers an intimate vibe not unlike the nightclubs of a bygone era. Owner, Chef Paul St Bernard offers his signature dishes that include home style cooking at affordable prices. At $15 general admission and $25 VIP seating, The Cellar is offering award winning entertainment for a reasonable price compared to most.

On October 25, U-Nam will host the Official Grand Opening of the Jazz Series and will be celebrating his Birthday at The Cellar as well. VIPs and Press from all over the country are expected to attend along with several surprise guest musicians for a great night of Smooth Jazz and Funk. Other artists scheduled to appear with U-Nam are Michael Paulo (November 8) and Gregg Karukas (November 22).

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