Soulful jazz beats and R&B tunes filled the outdoor amphitheater at Market Creek Plaza for the final show in the Jazz at the Creek concert series Saturday, August 16th. The summer series’ finale was headlined by the legendary Warren Hill, featuring electrifying performances from Latin-inspired group, DW3, and up and coming jazz artist, J White. Warren Hill serenaded fans with his saxophone as he made his way to the stage, performing a mix of upbeat fan favorites and romantic love ballads. Hill closed out the show with a wild rendition of the funk rock classic, “Play That Funky Music,” but not before bringing his daughter, Olivia, to the stage to show off her budding talent. The 15 year-old aspiring starlet dazzled the Jazz at the Creek crowd, impressively belting out the notes to Minnie Riperton’s timeless classic, “Loving You,” and rocking out to current reggae hit, “Rude.” Hill wasn’t the only dad excited about taking the stage with his daughter. J White grabbed his 3 year-old daughter by the hand and brought her to the stage to dance along with him as he delivered an enthralling performance and closed out his show with support from his biggest fan. The party continued with DW3, who hit the stage with a lively Latin flair. The all-male group got the crowd out of their seats with energetic renditions of 90’s classics like NEXT’s “Too Close” and Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines.” All season long, hundreds of jazz fans packed the outdoor amphitheatre, camping outside the venue with fans and […]
The final concert at the creek wraps up the summer series with Warren Hill and an all-male show with J White and DW3 on Saturday, August 16. This mix of saxophones, crossover jazz and Latin R&B flair is the proper punctuation for a record-breaking season of award winning artists, growing attendance and stellar performances at Market Creek Plaza – jazz’s new address at 310 Euclid Avenue, San Diego, CA. To purchase tickets for Jazz at the Creek online, go to http://www.jazzatthecreeksd.com or contact M.A.N.D.A.T.E. Record office at (858) 650-3190 or at Felix’s Restaurant, 342 Euclid Avenue, San Diego, CA. Portions of the proceeds from Jazz at the Creek go to “The Food 4 Kids Backpack Program”, implemented under the San Diego Food Bank, for chronically hungry elementary school students from low-income households, whose only meals are provided at school.
We’ve done it before, but never like this… Brent Jones is returning to the city for another workshop for local singers and musicians with a heart for ministry and music.He’s been keeping busying planning the release of his new album, Joy Comin’ and an upcoming tour, but not before stopping by Extreme Gospel Worship Center, 880 Kuhn Drive in Chula Vista from 4 -7 p.m. on Saturday, August 9, 2014.Jones always brings along an electrifying burst of energy with him and fans most recent glimpse of this dynamic artist was at the San Diego County Fair. This visit he’ll bring along his soon-to-be-release album, Joy Comin’ for fans to purchase. So, mark your calendars for this free event and get ready for the return of the “Choir Master” Brent Jones.
M.A.N.D.A.T.E. Records spearheaded a history making event aboard a seaside carrier with Karen Clark-Sheard, powerhouse recording artist, songwriter and record label executive. Over 1000 supporters flooded the Bayside Gospel Concert aboard the U.S.S. Midway for a memorable night of music and ministry on July 27, 2014. The high energy show began with a medley of patriotic songs, leading to one exceptional performance after another before Sheard spectacular finale. The star-studded lineup drew national attention from Trinity Broadcasting Network’s, JUCE TV new cable broadcast and captured the biggest and brightest artists as they hit the stage from Men 4 Christ, Archie Robinson & N.B.P., David Dredden & Undefeated, Eddie Baltrip & Fulfillment to Stephanie Stephens. Sheard kept the audience riveted to the flight deck during the inaugural event with chart topping songs from her past. The charismatic artist had a limitless repertoire of hits to choose from; her career spans from the Clark Sister to recent projects like “All in One” the first CD on her own label, Karew Records. One of the evening highlights has concert goers were dancing in the aisles when Sheard brought the Divine Praise Dancers on stage to perform during her dynamic set. This all-girl troupe of young liturgical dancers performed choreographed numbers wearing customized sailor outfits in honor of the military. The U.S.S. Midway Diversity Committee, a collection of veterans and business owners, are committed to reaching out all to communities within the city. They entrusted this vision to M.A.N.D.A.T.E. Records and with collaborative efforts by the San Diego Urban […]