Lethal Weapon in the Kölcsey Center tonight


Typically blend jazz with instrumental pop and R&B. David Sanborn will play in the Grand Hall of the Kölcsey Convention Centre at 19 o’clock on 18th of November.

David Sanborn was born in 1945 in Florida and grew up in Missouri. He suffered from polio in his youth and began playin the saxophone on a physician’s advice to strengthen his weakened chest muscles and improve his breathing. Alto saxophonist Hank Crawford, at the time a member of Ray Charles’ band, was an early and lasting influence on Sanborn.
He performed with blues musicians Albert King and Little Milton at the age of 14. This was the start of his career. He has been a highly regarded session player since the late 1960s, playing with an arrey of well-known artists, such as James Brown, Eric Clapton, Stevie Wonder, David Bowie, Bruce Sprinsteen, Elton John. Since 2009 he has made 24 disks and perforfed in several TV show. He was the composer of the Lethal Weapon films.

The band:
Ricky Peterson – piano
Richard Patterson – bass guitar
Nicky Moroch – guitar
Gene Lake – drums

Prices: 2200 HUF, 2700 HUF
Ticket offices: Apolló Cinema, Kölcsey Convention Center, F?nix Hall, Tourinform office, www.interticket.hu