(Saturday) 8:00 pm
Santa Fe Station Hotel, 4949 N Rancho Dr, Las Vegas, NV 89108
This event is a rescheduled performance from July 18, 2020. Original tickets will be honored at the new date. If unable to
This event is a rescheduled performance from July 18, 2020. Original tickets will be honored at the new date. If unable to attend new date, refunds are available at point of purchase.
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Rick Braun has enjoyed a career longevity that is rare in this business. He has crafted his own distinctive sound and become a staple on contemporary jazz radio. He has produced No. 1 hits for David Benoit, Marc Antoine and former Rod Stewart band sidekick, Jeff Golub. Braun achieved collaborative success on massive hits with Boney James, as a member of RnR with saxophonist Richard Elliot, and with BWB, a powerhouse trio completed by Grammy® winners Kirk Whalum and Norman Brown. He has made a mark staying true to his own musical voice and eclectic influences that have allowed him to collaborate across genres with some of the biggest names in music, including Tina Turner, Tom Petty, Sade, Natalie Cole and REO Speedwagon.
Many first heard the saxophone virtuosity of Richard Elliot in the 1980s, as a touring musician with the treasured Bay Area soul-funk outfit, Tower of Power. In that time, he released his debut solo album, Trolltown, and the ensuing success encouraged him to make a name for himself as a solo artist. His subsequent career has been nothing short of phenomenal. By the late ’80s, Elliot was signed to Blue Note Records, where he worked with the legendary record executive, Bruce Lundvall, an early champion of Elliot’s work.
Since then, Elliot has released more than 20 albums as a leader, and has also polished his chops serving as a sideman for a considerable list of diverse giants, including the Yellowjackets, Natalie Cole, and Motown hitmakers Smokey Robinson and the Temptations. One of Elliot’s favorite projects was the collaborative 2013 release Summer Horns, which found him teaming up with fellow sax-slingers Dave Koz, Gerald Albright, and Mindi Abair. The album was nominated for a Grammy® in the category of Best Pop Instrumental Album.
His numerous #1 albums include On The Town, Soul Embrace, After Dark, and Jumpin’ Off, and he has held a consistent presence at the top of the Billboard charts. Elliot has also enjoyed the distinction of having two releases chart simultaneously; Chill Factor remained on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz Chart for over 94 weeks, 26 weeks simultaneously with the greatest-hits collection, The Best of Richard Elliot.
- Doors 7:00 PM
- Show 8:00 PM
- Reserved seating tickets from $32.50 +tax/fees
- All ages accompanied by 21+
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