With a prolific career spanning three decades and 23 albums, Grammy and American Music Award-winning saxophonist Kenny G has sold over 75 million records worldwide with his signature fusion of R&B, pop and Latin with a jazz foundation. As the premier artist in contemporary jazz, the multi-platinum artist has enchanted audiences across the globe with his chart-topping melodies like “Songbird,” “Silhouette” and “The Moment.” Kenny G has collaborated with pop music greats like Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin and Frank Sinatra, and his concerts remain wildly popular today.
Performing smooth melodies on the soprano, alto and tenor saxophones, Kenny G is hailed for creating a singular sound all his own and is hailed as an international superstar.
Reaffirming his enduring place in popular music, Kenny G takes the stage to deliver his greatest hits that will leave audiences energized and renewed.
Kenny G is a Grammy winning American saxophonist. His fourth album, Duotones, brought him breakthrough success in 1986. Kenny's main instrument is the soprano saxophone, but he also on occasion plays alto and tenor saxophone and flute.
Kenneth Gorelick's career started with a job as a sideman for Barry White's Love Unlimited Orchestra in 1973. Kenny was also studying for a major in accounting at the same time. After being rejected as a music major from Central Washington University, he went on to get a degree from University of Washington and played with the funk band Cold, Bold & Together before becoming a credited member of The Jeff Lorber Fusion. He began his solo career after his period with Lorber.
In 1982, Kenny G signed with Arista Records as a solo artist, after label president Clive Davis heard his rendition of ABBA's "Dancing Queen". He has released many solo albums and collaborated with various artists including Andrea Bocelli, Whitney Houston, Peabo Bryson, Toni Braxton, Natalie Cole, Steve Miller (which marked the only time he appeared on a rock and roll album), Dudley Moore, Michael Bolton, Celine Dion and Aretha Franklin. Influenced by the likes of saxophonist Grover Washington, Jr. and the lyricism of Barry Manilow, his own albums are usually classified as smooth jazz. Kenny G plays the Selmer Mark VI Soprano, Alto and Tenor Saxophones.
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