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David Sanborn to Play State Theatre

Appreciators of jazz will be able to catch sax-man David Sanborn at the State Theatre tomorrow night.

Jazz organist Joey DeFancesco will open the show at 8. Tickets cost $30 for balcony, $35 for orcehstra and $40 for Gold Circle.

Sanborn is often identified primarily with smooth jazz, but he has played a variety of styles, sometimes blending elements of R&B, rock or pop into his music. He might not be Sergio Flores, but he does boast six Grammys, eight gold albums and one platinum one, which is pretty cool.

So check out the State Theatre tomorrow if jazz sax or baby-makin’ music is your thing. And check out this clip for a taste of Sanborn’s sound.

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I'm a senior majoring in print journalism with minors in political science and music technology. I'm from the small town of Pennsburg, about an hour north of Philly. I hope to one day work as a music reporter for Rolling Stone. I am single and looking to mingle.

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