Vocalist Julie Eigenberg and guitar hero Manny Moreira join forces to pay tribute to Brazilian jazz legend Tom Jobim, the Grammy-winning king of bossa nova and composer of enduring hits, including the international smash "The Girl From Ipanema."
Relax and unwind on this 2-hour evening Jazz cruise on a 1920s style yacht. Yacht Manhattan or Manhattan II features a main glass enclosed observation cabin with comfortable bench seating throughout, as well as an open bow. Listen to live music by the jazz trio, whose members may play anything from classic jazz standards by Gershwin, Cole Porter, and Duke Ellington to new renditions of Motown songs, R&B grooves, and today's hits (usually features a lead sax, keyboard and drums). Cruise along the Hudson River and experience many major lower Manhattan sites including Battery Park, the Financial District, the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and Governor's Island. Also enjoy views of the Brooklyn Bridge and some of Brooklyn's waterfront. Drinks from the full bar and specialty NY state wines by the bottle are available for purchase by credit card; one beverage is included. Climb aboard and witness NYC's beauty and elegance while enjoying some festive live jazz.
Erscheinungsdatum: 23.06.2017, Medium: Audio-CD, Titel: Greatest Hits, Komponist: Miller, Glenn, Verlag: ZYX-MUSIC / Merenberg // ZYX Music GmbH & Co. KG, Rubrik: Musikstilrichtungen // Jazz, Gewicht: 113 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
A two-hour guided walking tour through the French Quarter, across Rampart Street and into Louis Armstrong Jazz Park to a place called Congo Square where American music was born. With every story your music tour guide will play a snippet of music related to the story, mostly original recordings.The Music Gumbo tour tells a surprising 300-year history of New Orleans’ birthing of jazz, nurturing of rhythm ‘n’ blues and the hits from America first rock ‘n’ roll recording studio. The music that made that Gumbo reaches back a century and a half earlier to 1750s French colonists granting slaves freedom on Sundays. 18th, 19th and 20th – opera, gospel and songs sung by bawdy sailors in saloons near the Mississippi River docks. The most amazing story is that it all happened in the French Quarter and surrounding neighborhoods.