New Brunswick Jazz Project Presents Nat Adderley, Jr. Quartet

Nat Adderley Jr. is best known for his work with Luther Vandross.  Nat wrote (and arranged) Luther’s first top 20 pop hit, “Stop to Love”, and some other important Luther songs, including “Wait for Love” and the Grammy-nominated “Give me the Reason” among many others. Nat, of course, played piano (and/or keyboards) on all the above mentioned recordings, is a conductor as well, amd in the last few years Nat has been performing (as a musical director or as a sideman) in jazz clubs and festivals in Asia and Europe, and appearing in clubs and concert halls throughout the USA with his own jazz quartet.

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Wed, January 29
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Add to My Calendar 01/29/2020 8:00pm 01/29/2020 11:00pm America/New_York New Brunswick Jazz Project Presents Nat Adderley, Jr. Quartet

Nat Adderley Jr. is best known for his work with Luther Vandross. Nat wrote (and arranged) Luther’s first top 20 pop hit, “Stop to Love”, and some other important Luther songs, including “Wait for Love” and the Grammy-nominated “Give me the Reason” among many others. Nat, of course, played piano (and/or keyboards) on all the above mentioned recordings, ...

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