Aug 26


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Concert Location: Lake Arrowhead Resort & Spa
27984 Hwy 189, Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352

GEORGE WHITTY TRIO | |Watch video.

Grammy-award winning keyboardist George Whitty has spent 30 years playing on the road with the Brecker Brothers, Herbie Hancock, David Sanborn, Richard Bona, Chaka Khan, Sadao Watanabe, and a dozen others, and his resume as a session musician and producer includes some of the best-selling records of all time: Santana’s “Supernatural” (with Dave Matthews), Celine Dion’s “Falling Into You” and “These are Special Times”, and more than 300 other CDs. As a producer/keyboardist, his Grammy-winning streak began with Chaka Khan’s “The Woman I Am” in 1992 and extends through 3 award-winning releases with the Brecker Brothers, most recently Randy Brecker’s “34th and Lex”, 2004’s Grammy-winner for Contemporary Jazz Record of the Year.

Concert Location: Lake Arrowhead Resort & Spa
27984 Hwy 189, Lake Arrowhead, CA 92352

George Whitty
Grammy winning keyboardist

George Whitty, a mountain resident since 2006, has played and recorded with Carlos Santana, Herbie Hancock, the Brecker Brothers, Celine Dion, Chaka Khan, David Sanborn and dozens of other top artists, producing 4 Grammy-winning CDs along the way.

Andre’ Berry – Bass

With George for this special performance will be bassist Andre’ Berry, a recent transplant to Running Springs and a first-call bassist with The Brothers Johnson, David Sanborn, A Tribe Called Quest, Dave Koz, TLC, Kirk Whalum and a long list of other great musicians.

Rayford Griffin – Drums

Rayford Griffin has been internationally respected as among the most inventive, volcanic and versatile drummers in music, having amassed stellar credits with virtuosos ranging from Jean-Luc Ponty and The Stanley Clarke Band, George Duke, to Dave Koz, Anita Baker and Michael Jackson. Upon winning an audition in Los Angeles with Ponty, Rayford embarked on the most high profile gig of his career playing with Ponty for six years and five albums (1981-1987).  Recalling that,  “one year we played the Santa Monica Civic and everybody I listened to growing up was backstage: Stanley Clarke, George Duke, Lee Ritenour.”