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Friends of Jeff Golub All-Star Memorial Benefit Concert (SOLD OUT)





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Wednesday, January 21, 2015 8:00PM


Special All-Star Memorial Benefit Show…

A superb line up of musicians will perform in the Friends of Jeff Golub All-Star Memorial Benefit Concert at B.B. Kings Blues Club & Grill in New York City’s Times Square on Wednesday, January 21, 2015 at 8pm.

The show will take place in memory of the late Jeff Golub and will benefit his family

In generous support, the following musicians have committed to perform:

Mindi Abair
Rick Braun
Randy Brecker
Henry Butler
Christopher Cross
Mark Egan
Richard Elliot
Bill Evans
Steve Ferrone
Euge Groove
Dave Koz
Chuck Loeb
Philippe Saisse
Kirk Whalum

Tony Beard, Steve Barbuto, Lionel Cordew, Josh Dion, Mitch Forman, Tony Garnier, Conrad Korsch, Jeff Levine, Sammy Merendino, Jason Miles, Gil Parris, Shawn Pelton, John Pondel, Jon Pousette-Dart, John Putnam, Larry Saltzman, Roger Squitero, Jonny Rosch, & Kenny White

Additional artists to be announced shortly — as well as up to the day of the show — pending tour schedules.

Please join us for a memorable night of contemporary jazz, blues and everything in between… celebrating the life of our friend, Jeff Golub.

General Admission

$45 Advance / $55 Day of Show First Come, First Seated

Full Dinner Menu Available

NOTE: $10 Minimum Per Person, For All Tables, All Ages

(VIP Reserved Booths are SOLD OUT.)


Dynamic contemporary jazz guitarist Jeff Golub, who called New York City home for more than 3 decades, released 11 solo albums as well as 3 CD’s as the leader of the instrumental band Avenue Blue. His most recent releases include 2011’s blues CD, “The Three Kings” with the Jeff Golub Band and featuring Henry Butler on vocals and keyboard and 2013’s “Train Keeps A Rolling” with Brian Auger. The contemporary jazz and blues guitarist is also well known for his work with Billy Squier as well as Rod Stewart, performing with Stewart on four albums and five world tours.

Although losing his sight in 2011, Jeff continued to perform through 2013 and then began to experience a rapid decline. This past October, doctors discovered Golub was suffering from Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP), a degenerative brain disease that has no cure. PSP is untreatable and aggressive. Over the last year, the disease began to adversely affect Jeff’s balance, speech, and control of his body.

Sadly, on January 1st Jeff Golub passed away at the age of 59, surrounded by his loving family.

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