German Smooth Jazz Festival Munich 2009

Munich is one of Germany’s most popular cities. The town offers a wide range of seasonal and other events beside its attractions in buildings, history, architecture, arts and shopping opportunities. So it was a properly thought-out decision to let the 2nd German Smooth Jazz Festival 2009 take place in the capital city of Bavaria. The festival was organized in a former power station called Kesselhaus. The designers of the location attached importance to the illumination of the technical items giving the place a special atmospheric flair.

The festival opened at Friday, the 4th September with Canadian Smooth Jazz star Steve Oliver. He was performing songs of his album One Night Live, which is a combination of a CD and a DVD, recorded during a concert at the State Theater, Modesto, CA. On this festival he played Chips and Salsa, Fearless, First View, Good To Go, High Noon, Magic World, Radiant Dream and Show Your Love.

Oliver comments. “The live shows are such a huge part of my life that I’d go insane if I wasn’t out there playing as often as I am. Music is a living, breathing thing, and I honestly feel that being up onstage is the safest place in the world. I feel like I’m transported to a whole new and cool place where I lose track of time.”

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