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The Sax Man Cometh: Kenny G Celebrates the Season on His 'Miracles Holiday & Hits' Tour [Q&A]

'Sup, G? Kenny G needs no introduction -- the acclaimed instrumental artist is an inveterate pop culture figurehead. The G-Man brings his 'Miracles Holiday & Hits' tour to New Jersey’s Wellmont Theater on Wednesday, Dec. 7, for an 8 p.m. show.

Memorial Day 2015: Musicians Remember Fallen Veterans, Thankful for Service on Twitter

It's Memorial Day 2015, and while everyone gets ready to go on picnics, head to the beach, eat BBQ, hang out with loved ones and generally open up the summer season, musicians are right there along with us. Of course, the real meaning of Memorial Day ...

Nothin' But A 'G' Thang: Warren G and Kenny G Teaming Up for 'Regulate' Performance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

It ain't nothin' by a 'G' thang. The hip-hop world was devastated by the death of the iconic Nate Dogg during 2011, however Warren G was not going to let the pair's hit single "Regulate" go to the grave as well. The rapper will be performing the song ...

Kenny G Suggests He Influenced Introduction of Frappuccinos at Starbucks in Video Promoting New Album

Kenny G recently revealed himself to be the reason why Starbucks added Frappuccinos to its menus, possibly to one-up Marilyn Manson's claims that he invented the term "grunge." A recent interview with Bloomberg "proved" Kenny to be more than just a ...

Kenny G Visits Hong Kong Protests, Angers Chinese Government

Smooth jazz superstar Kenny G has come under fire by the Chinese government for his involvement in Hong Kong’s ongoing Occupy Central pro-democracy movement. As reported by the "South China Morning Post," the 56-year-old saxophonist made an ...

12 Days of Christmas: 12 Best Versions of 'The Christmas Song'

First, we're going to kick things off with the 12 best cover versions of the most covered Christmas song of all time, fittingly titled: "The Christmas Song." Originally recorded by Nat King Cole in 1946, the track was already redone by Cole again in ...

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