Marcus Anderson, Adam Hawley

Marcus Anderson

Adam Hawley

Sat · February 16, 2019

Doors: 6:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

$37.50 adv / $42.50 door

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This event is all ages

Seating: We assign seats in order of when you purchase your tickets. All reservations are subject to a food and drink minimum of $13 per guest. We reserve the right to seat parties together at the same table in the event of a busy show.

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Marcus Anderson
Marcus Anderson
An incredible act and one worth watching, saxophonist Marcus Anderson is the golden child shining among stars. With 10 studio albums on his list of accomplishments, the fusion jazz artist brings R&B, Pop, Rock, Latin and Funk to make music that puts listeners in another atmosphere. Charting number one in both categories of Billboard’s Smooth Jazz and Sirius XM’s Watercolors with his exceptional hit “A Cup Of Joe” from the album AND Coffee the Spartanburg, SC native is delivering major music in a humble way. His work with the late Prince and the New Power Generation led him to join stages with the likes of Ceelo Green, Judith Hill, Stevie Wonder, and Liv Warfield just to name a few, where he had become a key contributor in these touring band. Prince also featured Marcus on his last release Hit N Run Phase 2, playing on “Revelation” and “Look at Me Look at You”.

Anderson is an act that puts on a show for and with household names. Whether he is performing for dignitaries such as President Barack Obama, Jesse Jackson and Hillary Clinton or blazing the stage with Sheila E., Anthony Hamilton or Miguel in a collaborative effort, Anderson is always the man of the hour, delivering stellar musicianship every time. Lailah Hathaway, Esperanza Spaulding, George Duke, Jennifer Holiday are just a few out of the numerous world-renowned artists that Anderson has opened for and with whom he has shared the stage.

oth near and far, audiences of all musical tastes have made their way to hear Marcus Anderson and his band Limited Edition. He and his band present a show in which he not only plays the sax but sings and performs choreography as well. High-spirited and welcoming, Anderson is a multi-instrumentalist who is not afraid of “showing out” He’s a fan-favorite at highly recognized festivals such as Essence Music Festival, Catalina Island Jazz Trax Festival and many more. He has also appeared with headliners on top-ranking shows like The Tonight Show, Arsenio Hall, Jimmy Kimmel Live! and Jimmy Fallon.
Adam Hawley
Adam Hawley
Adam Hawley, currently a resident of Los Angeles, started his music career in the Portland Metro Area of Oregon before moving to Southern California in 2002. The music bug bit early when he came across his parent’s record collection, which ranged from Earth, Wind, & Fire & The Brothers Johnson to Elvis. He started piano at 8 before embarking on his career as a guitarist at 9 years old. Touring came just 5 years later in a bluegrass band that performed extensively throughout the Pacific Northwest. Then came a blues/rock band which also toured Oregon and Washington.
Following high school, Adam moved to LA at 17 years old to attend the University of Southern California. He received his Bachelor’s, Mastor’s, & Doctorate from USC in Studio/Jazz Guitar. In the world of academia he has gone on to hold countless masterclasses and clinics worldwide and currently teaches at Musician’s Institute, Chaffey College, and Saddleback College.

Before embarking on a solo career, Adam was also known as a prolific guitarist to the stars, appearing with a who’s who list of artists in a wide variety of genres. Credits include Dave Koz, Jennifer Lopez, Brian Culbertson, Natalie Cole, Brian McKnight, Gerald Albright, Dave Koz and Friends Cruise, and American Idol to name just a few.

In 2015 he was tapped to join Maurice White’s new label Kalimba Music. His debut record “Just The Beginning” garnered numerous accolades and spawned three #1 hit songs, unprecedented for a new artist. The first single "35th St. ft Eric Darius" had the longest run at #1 on Billboard in 2016. He went on to be named Debut Artist of the Year from both Smooth Jazz News and Jazz Trax. His second record “Double Vision” will be released March 23 and its first single is already off to a hot start. The new project features performances from Dave Koz, Jeff Lorber, Marcus Anderson, Julian Vaughan, & Darren Rahn.
Venue Information:
The Tin Pan
8982 Quioccasin Road
Richmond, VA, 23229