Smooth Jazz In The Mix 8 Artist Listing

Smooth Jazz in the Mix 8 is coming around the corner! Here is a listing of the artists that will be featured.


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The Jazz World Artist Profile Exotic DJ

Keith Richard aka “Exotic DJ” is a Las Vegas based DJ and Remixer who can play for any crowd with an aggressive mixing approach and a music style that will make you exclaim, “Damn…that is MY Jam!” For 20 years, he has brought his vigorous style and dynamic stage presence to events throughout North America.“Singing in bands really helped my perspective in creating my mixing style as it stands today,” Keith said in an interview for Metro Magazine. “I try to blend the instruments rather than the beats.”Keith worked in the San Francisco Bay Area for 11 years in venues such as City Nights, San Jose Live, DB Cooper’s and Harry Denton’s, playing for the “Bay’s” diverse crowds. There he also honed his voice over skills as the spokesperson for JBL, Rolm and Panasonic at major trade shows.Relocating to Las Vegas in 2001, Keith has played on and off the Strip at MGM Grand,
The Rio, Harrah’s and Mandalay Bay, soaking in the screams of the crowds in the Entertainment Capital of the World.To add a different dynamic to his shows, Keith is able to include video mixing to the party. “It just adds to the experience, especially at the beginning of the night to keep the early birds entertained.”Finally, Keith’s skill set does not include just the normal club music….He is the originator in Smooth Jazz, not just playing it, but beat mixing the genre. “It is a challenge, because you not only have to have the knowledge of the music and the catalog to perform this for a crowd, you also have to choose music that will make people groove, even though they might not be familiar with the song,” Keith said in an interview for Hot FM in the U.K.Some of the artists that inspired Keith to beat mix the genre; are Boney James, Norman Brown, Incognito and Candy Dulfer. “The styles of these artists really led me to start creating continuous mixes, to keep those grooves going,” Keith said in an interview at a press event at the Jazz & Wine Fest – Golden Nugget Las Vegas.You can catch Exotic DJ mixing smooth jazz live in the mix on internet radio, and at select performances during live shows!

Smooth Jazz In The Mix 7

Smooth Jazz In The Mix 7

Smooth Jazz In The Mix 7 is a part of the Smooth Jazz Mix series. We have a little something for everyone! We have smooth jazz tracks, uptempo funky jazz, we have a classic jam, and remakes of a couple of classics.We start it off with some smooth jazz by Brian Simpson, Dave Koz and Jackiem Joyner. In between, we have a remake of a Luther Vandross classic, “My Sensitivity (Gets In The Way)” by Ledisi. Everything is better with a Luther song in the mix! Speaking of remakes, Kirk Whalum puts his spin on a Stevie Wonder classic, “All I Do,” with vocals provided by Wendy Moten. Normally you don’t remake Stevie Wonder, but a jazz version with a female vocalist definitely hits the spot.

Next we start to funk it up a bit courtesy of Paul Taylor and David Wells/Chris Geith Project. These are perfect tracks to transition from the smooth beginning of the mix to the more uptempo grooves we will hear next. Nathan East hits you hard with “Daft Funk.” In case you didn’t know, Nathan played on the iconic Daft Punk album, Random Access Memories. Daft Punk then returned the favor and appeared on the Nathan East Project. Who knew smooth jazz could be so funky?! Speaking of funky, “Boogie Down” is up next. One of my favorite Al Jarreau tracks. Every now and then I will sneak this in to my mix when I am out playing smooth jazz, and I must say that you get looks from the crowd, like, OMG I have not heard this in years! The party officially begins at that point. Jeff Golub and Steve Oliver continue the funky grooves in the middle of the set.

As we close it out, we have the ladies blowing the horns, courtesy of Candy Dulfer and Cindy Bradley. “Massive Transit” is one of my favorites! There is something about that groove that gets me going. You cannot explore funk without mentioning Down to The Bone. You can take any album and your head will bob the entire time. To finish out the mix, we have Maysa, one of my favorite female vocalists. In case you forgot, she sings with Incognito, another of my favorite bands.

Here you go, Smooth Jazz In The Mix 7……ENJOY!