Jazz Festivals


The PR Experience

CD Release Party

Atlanta, GA

St. James Live

May 28th


San Diego Jazz Festival

San Diego, CA

May 27th - May 29th


Atlanta Jazz Festival

Atlanta, GA

May 27 - 29th


Jazz In The Courtyard

Elan Trotman

Stockton, CA

May 29th


2016 Atlanta Soul Festival

Atlanta, GA

May 28th & 29th

Wolf Creek Park


Jacksonville Jazz Festival

Jacksonville, FL

May 26th - May 29th


Capital Jazz Festival

Columbia, MD

June 3rd - 5th


Brian Culbertson's

Napa Valley Jazz Getaway

June 8th - 12th


Long Beach Jazz Festival

Long Beach, CA

August 12th - 14th


Playboy Jazz Festival

Hollywood, CA

June 11th & 12th


BBJazz Festival

Huntington Beach, CA

September 10th


Fillmore Jazz Festival 2016

San Francisco, CA

July 2nd & 3rd



San Dimas, CA

July 16th - 17th


Cincy Jazz Fest

Cincinnati, OH

July 22nd - 23rd


Newport Beach Jazz Festival

Newport Beach, CA

July 28th - 31st


Chicago Jazz Festival

Chicago, CA

September 1st - 4th


Monterey Jazz Festival

Monterey, CA

September 16th - 18th


Arizona Jazz Festival

Chandler, AZ

October 21st - 23rd

Upcoming Concerts

Brian Culbertson

Al Jarreau



Dianne Reeves


Boney James





JazzBeatsRadio Salute Al Jarreau


Alwin Lopez "Al" Jarreau (March 12, 1940 – February 12, 2017) was an American jazz singer.[1] He won seven Grammy Awards and was nominated for over a dozen more. He is perhaps best known for his 1981 album Breakin' Away, for having sung the theme song of the late-1980s television series Moonlighting, and as a performer in the 1985 charity song "We Are the World".


Jarreau was born in MilwaukeeWisconsin, the fifth of six children. His website refers to Reservoir Avenue, the name of the street where he lived. His father was a Seventh-day Adventist Church minister and singer, and his mother was a church pianist. He and his family sang together in church concerts and in benefits, and he and his mother performed at PTA meetings.[2]

He was student council president and Badger Boys State delegate for Lincoln High School. At Boys State, he was elected governor.[3] He went on to attend Ripon College, where he also sang with a group called the Indigos. Jarreau graduated in 1962 with a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology.[1] He went on to earn a master's degree in vocational rehabilitation from the University of Iowa, worked as a rehabilitation counselor in San Francisco, and moonlighted with a jazz trio headed by George Duke.

In 1967, he joined forces with acoustic guitarist Julio Martinez.[1] The duo became the star attraction at a small Sausalito night club called Gatsby's. This success contributed to Jarreau's decision to make professional singing his life and full-time career.





Lunch with DJ Smooth

JazzBeatsRadio welcome DJ Smooth to our lunch hour line-up Monday thru Friday Noon to 1pm EST.


DJ Smooth brings a unique flavor to your lunch hour while plaing the best SMOOTH JAZZ.


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The 11th Annual Miami Jazz in the Gardens was a big success.....


With featured acts performing Jazz, Funk, Soul, and R&B gave the thousands of fans one of the Hottest Concerts in the country. Major Acts Charlie Wilson, Usher, Brian Culbertson, Babyface, Janelle Monae, Kool & The Gang, Average White Band, Regina Belle, Michael McDonald, Najee, Alex Bugnon, and Fred Hammond was one of the Hottest line-up so far for this great concert.


The entire two day concert was electrifying in every way a music lover could imagine. Concert goer Gwen Wells from Chicago, IL said " Uncle Charlie turn the Saturday Night in to a old school Blue Light in the basement party."


The SunLife Stadium where this smorgasborg of talent and fans came together to party raised the bar for the event planners for the 2017 Miami JazzIn The Gardens. If you miss this year concert, please plan ahead for the 2017 event.



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Jazz Clubs & Venues

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Suite Food Lounge

375 Luckie Street

Atlanta, GA 30313

The St. James Live Club 

3220 Butner Road

Atlanta, GA 30331




Catalina Jazz Club

6725 West Sunset Blvd

Hollywood, CA 90028





510 Embarcadero West

Oakland, CA 94607





2241 Shelter Island Drive

San Diego, CA 92106





Green Mill Cocktail Lounge

4802 W. Broadway Avenue

Chicago, IL 60640



Blues Alley

1073 Wisconsin Avenue, NW

Washington DC 20007




Blue Note Jazz Club

131 W. 3rd Street

New York, NY 10012



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