|18 Aug 2017||Kenny Stahl & Bob Burnett|
|6:00pm - 8:00pm||The Lab in The Barnyard |
Mouth of the Valley
|$ 0 Donation||Outside Slage|
He has worked with Stevie Wonder, Jaco Pastorius, Ira Sullivan, Cal Tjader, Richie Cole, Herb Jeffries, Paul Horn, and many others.
"Kenny Stahl thinks jazz flute is an appropriate vehicle for solidly phrased lines, masterful solo statements that build, swing, and drive, and that produce a whole range of timbres, tones, colors, and moods - and by god he’s right." Sherrie Tucker - Jazz Now magazine
Raised in Chicago, Kenny has studied and performed many forms of jazz, from the mysteries of Monk to the preludes of Bach, with stops along the way for Latin, be-bop, Brazilian and Contemporary. He has received performance degrees from the Universities of Alabama and Nevada. Kenny has played principal flute in the Miami and Reno Symphonies. Kenny is a seasoned recording artist as well, and can be heard on numerous CDs, including Jeff Linski’s "Angel Serenade" on Concord Picante, and his own recordings "Kenny’s From Heaven", "Scentuality", and his latest release, "Mpingo". Kenny has been featured with such notable artists as: Stevie Wonder, Jaco Pastorius, Ira Sullivan, Cal Tjader, Richie Cole, Herb Jeffries, Paul Horn, Jeff Linsky, Helcio Miilito, Weber Iago, Claudia Villela, Pierre Bensusan, Lee Greenwood, and Roger Glenn. He was seen on the cover of "Jazz Now" magazine in August 1999 with a feature story. Bob Burnett`s musical odyssey has landed him on stage at San Jose Jazz Festival, High Sierra Music Festival, Vancouver Folk Festival, Winnipeg Folk Festival, Utah Arts Festival, Alaska State Fair, Oregon Country Fair, Maui Steel Guitar Festival, Kuumbwa Jazz Center and major SF venues Slims and Great America Music Hall. Burnett has shared the stage with Google Co-founder Larry Page, Emeril, David Lindley, Tony Curtis and Bruce Willis and was a regular on Kid’s Clubhouse KTEH TV. He is also featured in “Pele Voodoo Live!: A Rockumentary”, the Annie Steinhardt book based on life on the road with popular Santa Cruz all-women world beat band Pele Juju.