NAPA VALLEY REGISTER
BY: L. PIERCE CARSON
Chris Botti really knows how to please a crowd.
From the opening number — which paid tribute to Miles Davis’ extended version of the second movement of Joaquin Rodrigo’s “Concierto de Aranjuez” from the “Sketches of Spain” album — to the rousing closer — Al Green’s hit, “Let’s Stay Together” — his two-hour-plus show at Napa’s Uptown Theater Saturday night was the tight, entertaining, quality show we’ve come to expect of this 50-year-old jazz trumpeter.
Botti can play hot, he can play smooth. On top of that, he’s a marvelous raconteur who digs what he does, especially interacting with audiences all around the world.
The affable bandleader told a sold-out house the other night that he and his musical posse had just celebrated 10 years on the road together, wherein an average of 300 days of each year are spent performing or traveling to the next gig.
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If you’re in the New York area, Zucchero is coming to the Theater at Madison Square Garden on April 23 at 8PM with special guests Sting, Chris Botti, Dolores O’Riordan (of the Cranberries), Fher (of Maná), Sam Moore (of Sam and Dave), Elisa, Jovanotti, Fiorella Mannoia, Andrea Griminelli and more!
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On Friday, October 4, The New York Pops, led by Music Director Steven Reineke, opened its 2013-2014 concert season at Carnegie Hall with special guest Chris Botti. The internationally renowned jazz trumpeter joined The New York Pops to perform a new spin on classic standards and other favorites. Check out photos from inside the special event below!
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