Chaka Khan gets a second chance at NSJ

ba351967803c03dcf24695a521f21c5f - Chaka Khan gets a second chance at NSJ

On the stages of the North Sea Jazz Festival Sunday, many legends and gelegenheidsduo. It is also the last day of the 43rd edition. Singer Chaka Khan, who in 2015 still crying the NSJ-stage left because her voice had gone, Sunday is a new opportunity, and with the Metropole Orchestra.

Continue playing guitarist John Scofield (1951) and drummer Jack DeJohnette (1942) with the ’youngsters’ John Medeski (piano) and bassist Scott Colley, among more work from their recent album Hudson. Mike Stern (guitar, 1953) and Randy Brecker (trumpet, 1945) occur in the Hudson.

Trumpeter Ibrahim Maalouf plays with triple Grammy-winner Angélique Kidjo and guitarist Anton Goudsmit piano with the National Youth Jazz Orchestra. Also N. E. R. D., the band of Pharrell Williams, on the program. The Billy Hart Quartet with saxophonist Joshua Redman.

A total of 75,000 fans come down on this edition of the three-day North Sea Jazz Festival. There played 150 acts on the fifteen stages.

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