Suffolk Riverfront Jazz is back with a show intended to soothe even the most frazzled nerves. The concert happening Saturday, March 2, at the Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts will feature sax man Euge Groove and guitarist Peter White.
Tickets are $55.50 and $47.50, $65 day of show. Buy them here. Showtime is 7 p.m.
Euge Groove is the stage name for Steve Grove, a veteran saxophonist who played with Tower of Power about four years, then played with acts including Elton John, Tina Turner and Richard Marx before established a solo career in a David Sanborn or Kenny G mode.
Last year, he released the "House of Groove" album on the Shanachie label. His No. 1 hits on Billboard's smooth jazz chart include the title track from last year's disc and "Sunday Morning" from 2009.
Peter White is another musician with a long track record in the world of relaxing music. The British musician gained fame working with songwriter Al Stewart back in the 1970s. He gets a co-writing credit on Stewart's 1978 hit "Time Passages."
White later teamed with Polish singeron a series of records. Basia's album's "Time and Tide" and "