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Black History Month Concert: Tony Saunders w/ Special Guest Infinity Productions
February 9, 2014 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm| $10-$20
Get advance tickets now:
$15 advance, $10 seniors/students, under 12 free, but must have ticket
About Tony Saunders:
Tony Saunders is about to release a new CD “Appaloosa” on January 21.
Tony Saunders, jazz composer, producer and bass player, and known for his soulful smooth jazz and R&B sounds, credits his current success to the fact that he was taught by so many great musical legends. Saunders comes from a musical family. His world famous father, keyboardist Merl Saunders always had a musical career in mind for Tony. Growing up around Fantasy Studios introduced him to many of the great legends that graced those hallways. Herbie Hancock and Sly Stone were among Tony’s early teachers, and Sly gave Tony an organ at the age of ten. At age fourteen Tony began playing the bass. At 17 his first gigs away from his Dad were with Dr John, Les McCann, Esther Phillips, Eric Clapton, Ringo, Randy Crawford, Martha Reeves, Joe Sample and Chaka Kahn.
About Infinity Productions:
Led by Ms. Mary Booker, this Bayview performance group has made a name for itself with theater and great contemporary spoken word performances.
SF Architectural Heritage is a San Francisco non-profit dedicated to preserving historic assets. The Bayview Opera House is part of their portfolio, having been selected as the historic easement holder for the building.
SFJAZZ is a jazz music organization established in 1983. SFJAZZ has, since 1983, produced the San Francisco Jazz Festival, and since 2004, the SFJAZZ Collective. It is now at home in the new SF Jazz Center