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Patti LaBelle,Smokey Robinson and more at the 2014 Spring Arizona Jazz Festival

BTW concerts has announced the spring line up for their three day jazz festival set for March 7-9 at the Arizona Grand Resort and Spa, only 6 miles from Sky Harbor Phoenix International Airport. Concert goers from around the country will attend this star-studded extravaganza.

The legendary Smokey Robinson will make an appearance at the Spring 2014 Arizona Jazz Festival in Phoenix, AZ.
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Ne-Yo headlines the first night of the festival with his golden voice and highly choreographed R & B styled show. R & B hit man, Joe Darius, a seven time Grammy nominee, unites with energetic saxophonist Eric Darious to open the festival. Eight time Grammy nominee, Ledisi, will follow with her brand of sophisticated soul.

Saturday is headlined by rock ‘n roll hall of fame inductee, Smokey Robinson, and Grammy winner, Patti LaBelle. The day will begin with soul-jazz sax men Marion Meadows and Paul Taylor. Next will be Jazz Attack: Euge Groove, Peter White, and Rick Braun who are the biggest names in smooth jazz today. Later, classic crooner Jeffrey Osborne, Grammy winner Faith Evans and singer songwriter Rahsaan Patterson bring distinctive soul-powered voices that will be backed by soul trombonist Jeff Bradshaw and sax players Darious, Michael Lington and Dominic Amato.

Sunday brings another star-studded entertainers headlined by Gladys Knight. The stellar lineup includes Michelle Williams, The Isley Brothers, Dave Koz, Gerald Albright, Richard Elliot, and Mindi Abair. There’s more with guitarist Norman Brown, South African singer-songwriter Jonathan Butler, pianist, Alex Bugnon, and R & B vocalist, Leela James. For more information on the lineup, click here.

Ticket prices start at $50.00 for single day attendance and $150.00 for all three days. Tickets are limited so get yours today! Check here for complete ticket package information. Better yet check out the accommodations at the Arizona Grand Resort and have a great jazz vacation weekend!

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