Saxophonist Euge Groove is highly anticipating the birth of his new project, Born To Groove. The disc will be in stores on June 19th.
Recorded entirely in hi-definition sound, the album features eight original instrumentals, a writing and performance collaboration with Jeffrey Osborne, and an appearance by Ali Ollie Woodson on a neo-soul remake of Donny Hathaway's "I Love You More Than You'll Ever Know."
Euge Groove's touring schedule is filling up, with dates through the summer. To check for additional dates, check eugegroove.com.
Euge Groove tour dates are as follows:
April 28 - Alta Monte, FL - Crane's Roost
May 4 - New Haven, CT - John Lyman Center
May 5 - Annapolis, MD - Rams Head On Stage
May 19 - Newport Beach, CA - Lexus Jazz Festival
May 26 - San Diego, CA - Gas Lamp Quarter
May 27 - Las Vegas, NV - Spring Mountain State
June 22 - Overland Park, KS - Corporate Woods
June 23 - Greenwood Village, CO - Coors Amphitheatre
July 6 - Carlsbad, CA - Four Seasons Resort
July 14 - St. Joseph, MI - Jazz At Sunset
August 4 - Woodinville, WA - KWJZ Smooth Jazz Fest
August 17 - Newport Beach, CA - Hyatt Summer Jazz Series
August 18 - Temecula, CA - Thornton Winery
September 7 - West Bend, WI - Riverside Park
September 8 - Avon, CO - Ritz Carlton
By: Adrianne Stone
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