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Dave Koz and winter storms February 6, 2011

Posted by Mike C. in Jazz, Media, Music, Personal, Radio, Weather.
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Four years ago next Monday, Valentine’s Day, I was supposed to see Dave Koz perform at the Best Buy Theater (then the Nokia Theater) in Times Square.  Unfortunately, there was a winter storm that day.  So, rather than risk taking the LIRR to Penn Station and walk through the snow and ice on the way to the theater, my parents and I stayed home.  We figured the show would be canceled.  I’m sure it wasn’t.

This Friday, Dave returns to that theater.  Though only a few snow showers are in the forecast, the friend with whom I was going to Dave’s concert had plans come up that night.  So, once again, I miss out on him.  Maybe next time.

I highly recommend Dave’s current album, “Hello Tomorrow.”  You can buy it here.  I played a few cuts from the album on CJazzPlus, my recent Live365 station.

Here’s hoping less snow and ice are in the forecast for the rest of the winter.

2/14 UPDATE: I may not have gone to Dave’s concert, but Katherine Gilraine did.

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1. notitiae - February 6, 2011

Great ! Wonderfull post, greetings for the blog too, by NotitiAe.
We suggest our link, photoes and video at: Gabin

http://notitiae.wordpress.com/2011/02/05/third-and-double-gabin-visioninmusica-2011-terni/

Simona Molinari international star at:
http://notitiae.wordpress.com/2011/01/16/croce-e-delizia-tour-io-sono-il-canto/

Good reading… in Italian but musica is internationale… No?

2. Mike C. - February 6, 2011

Very true. Thank you for reading.


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