"Jazz Group of the Year" nominee comprised of multiple Grammy-winning and nominated musicians, The Lao Tizer Quartet remains hailed as a leading jazz and world-fusion band that tops Billboard charts.
Performing around the world, acclaimed keyboardist-composer Tizer maintains a widespread following for his bold and sizzling instrumental melodies, which earned him the “Best New Artist” nomination at the Oasis Jazz Awards. His gifted group includes two-time Grammy-winning saxophone legend Eric Marienthal, who has performed in over 75 countries and played as a member of the Chick Corea band, on top of performing with greats such as Elton John, Barbra Streisand, Billy Joel and Stevie Wonder. The quartet also features Grammy-winning drummer Gene Coye and three-time Grammy-nominated bassist Ric Fierabracci. Coye toured the world with Larry Carlton, Terence Blancerd and Stanley Clarke among others while Fierabracci has recorded and toured with megastars including Shakira, The Beach Boys, Blood Sweat & Tears and Billy Cobham.
This rare collection of top musicians now returns by high demand to Myron’s Cabaret Jazz to perform fresh new tunes from the band’s most recent album, Songs From The Swinghouse! Earning rave reviews for its fiery, original instrumental songs, this hit album also features reimagined arrangements of iconic classic rock songs by artists such as U2 and Cat Stevens – marking the band’s ongoing musical expansion in featuring vocals and cover songs for the first time ever.
Don’t miss this electrifying group of jazz virtuosos, showcasing their scorching musical journey together.
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Head Audio Engineer at Myron’s Cabaret Jazz Hails from Career with Music Icons After serving as a top audio engineer on tour with Prince, Kevin Harvey has high standards ingrained in his blood. “If you were even a little far from what he wanted, you were going home the next day,” recalls Harvey, now head audio engineer for Myron’s Cabaret Jazz at The Smith Center. “You lived in a pressuREAD MORE