About the event
International Recording Artist Andre Cavor debut Album ROAD TRIP went LIVE on 4/19/17. Now he's moving forward with recording his first "ROAD TRIP' DVD. Joining The "ROAD TRIP' Experience will be Chorographer Rob Johnson "The Line Dance KING'". This LIVE Recording will be an EPIC Experience, the DVD will consist of three parts. Part 1 will consist of 5 line dances taught by the Line Dance King. Part 2 will consist of the line dances performed will 50 or more Line Dancers dressed in ALL BLACK. Part 3 consist of a Concert performed by International Recording Artist~Andre Cavor.
Starting Band Line Up:
Andre Cavor: SAX
Elijah Gilmore: DRUMS
Walter Barnes: BASS
Alfonzo McDuffie: KEYS
Jack Whitsett: LEAD GUITAR
DJ... Ellery will close the night out will some of our favorite REQUESTED tunes.
Tickets are $20.00, and Food is included.
$25.00 at the door.
Cash Bar available.
This event is OPEN to the PUBLIC.
VENDOR TABLES AVAILIBLE
ROAD TRIP CD's will be available for purchase.
At your request, you may have your CD Autographed.
This event is registered under eventbrite:
"Saxophonist Andre Cavor LIVE DVD Recording Featuring Rob Johnson The Line Dance King"
For more information about this event,
PLEASE contact Althea Cavor (Artist Manger) at 216-315-0919
Why should you sponsor?
My husband Andre Cavor finished his Album in April of 2017. We have a FREE CD Release Concert at the Marriott Hotel, and we spent over $5,000 of our personal money. We are now creating a 3 part DVD that would include Line Dancing to help with Weight Lose, a live concert, and the line dance step by step instructions. We would like to invite over 500 people to be apart of this event, but we can not afford to have everyone attend, without having sponsors support it.
(This is what Smooth Jazz Ride had to say about Andre Cavor)
Andre Cavor – Road Trip
May 29, 2017
While I wouldn’t go far as to say that saxman Andre Cavor is the first to combine his love for both smooth jazz and gospel as Ben Tankard, Jonathan Butler, and Kirk Whalum come to mind (the latter two may not wish to think of some of their efforts as combining the two, but the spirit of what they do supports this and is oh-so-evident), let me be the first to acknowledge that this saxman who has released his debut effort Road Trip proves to be no bottom-shelf slouch in this area of jazz/gospel. His emotional power, his drive, and the substance of his strong material is not only satisfying to the ear but most inspirational. Few express their passion via their instrument better than he does.
The album, a very melodic gem, does a wonderful job of bringing the two genres together with love and insight. There are grooves meant to move the feet and head and there are tracks to move the spirit…and there are tracks that do both simultaneously. I am sure that God is not frowning on the merger. I don’t believe He ever has.
Getting into the album, tracks that simply must be heard include the lead and title track, the sedate and dreamy track “Ready or Not,” the beautiful “Hello” (one of my faves), the head-boppin’ “Say Somethin;,” the uplifting “Heaven,” the groove-ridden “Without A Doubt,” and more.
The popular and personable saxman/multi-instrumentalist Darren Rahn, who also serves as producer of this project, appears quite a bit here, polishing up this baby even more with his imaginative contributions (listen to the rousing “You Brought the Sunshine” for a good example).
In a word, this is quality work. Strong, substantive, and certainly not of the cookie cutter variety. Looking for inspired music that inspires you? You’ll find it right here. Two thumbs up! – Ronald Jackson
I am the wife & Manager of International Recording Artist Andre Cavor. We have been married for over 15 years, My husband has been playing the saxophone for over 15 years. He just recorded his debut album "ROAD TRIP" Which consists of 10 songs (2 R & B, 3 Smooth Jazz, and 5 Gospel Tunes). I have a deep passion for my husband's album, and would like to introduce this DVD to the world, as it could be used to help with weight loss.
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