Friday, October 5th, 7 PM at Tohono Chul Park.

I’ve just had my first listen to Neamen Lyles’ debut album So Free, and I’ve gotta say that I can’t remember being this blown away with a new sax player on the Smooth Jazz scene since Eric Darius or Jackiem Joyner! … The term “World Class” tends to be overused these days, but it is the precise term to describe Neamen Lyles’ So Free.

smoothjazz.com

“Dominic Amato is yet another of the up-and-coming young smooth jazz artists with powerful charisma and skill combined with an uncanny sense of what this music is really all about: character, soul, and intense groovability. The young saxophonist has apparently been able to wrap his head and heart around this concept and exhibits this understanding boldly and brightly on his debut release, Fresh From the Groove.”

-Ronald Jackson, smoothjazzvibes.com

Backing up Neamen and Dominic is a top-notch band featuring Ira King-drums, Mike Levy-bass, Richard Katz-keys and Ed DeLucia-guitar.

All concerts start at 7:00 PM with doors opening at 6 PM. We will have food and beverages for purchase right at the park for the October 5, 19, and 26 concerts. View Menu. Imagine the beauty of the desert along with incredible jazz!

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