Sunday, January 26, 2003
Bright blowing through third CD
In 2002, saxophonist Robby Bright took his smooth jazz sound nationwide, playing alto and soprano sax for TV and radio commercials produced by director Spike Lee's ad agency for State Farm Insurance.
Mr. Bright, 28, is now finishing final editing of a performance video for cable's BET Jazz channel that's expected to air later this year.
This could be a very big year for him, as he's also working on his third album, and has been speaking with several record labels regarding its release. As far as live performances, he may play a Valentine's Day smooth-jazz concert with some other local musicians, but details are still being worked out.
- Larry Nager
ARTS PLAYERS, A YEAR LATER
Pop music: Bright blowing through third CD
Classical music: Bespalko keys on Bach and a baby
Theater: Phillips grabs two new roles
Visual art: Versoza has a one-man show
Theater: CCM's Gaylor on Broadway
Visual art: Show time for Buddendeck
Film: Morehart lands his 'dream job'
Classical music: Thompson is going for Baroque
Pop music: Venneman adds his voice to fine guitar
National bands to play at Cammys
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Film Notes: Two chances to see BBC biography about Kissinger
TV Notes: Jimmy Who? You laugh now ...
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'Triumph' falls short of a total success
'Beowulf' previews future for Festival
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Playful dachshund best of her collection
Family leaves nest, stays part of the network
Meet-and-eat sessions nibble at differences
Best chili-cheese dip? It's Skyline
Serve it this week: Escarole
Celebrate Chinese New Year with food