The Rippingtons – Decades of Great Music!

Just because this band first thrust on to the scene in 1986, don’t think they are retiring anytime soon or that they are opposed to new blood. Among their celebrated members are Smooth Jazz superstars such as Dave Koz and Kenny G. Today another saxophone superstar tours and records with the Rippingtons and that is Jeff Kashiwa who is also part of the SaxPack (we’ll cover them later).

But enough of the rotating Smooth Jazz Celebs, let’s look at the one constant in the group, and that’s founding member Russ Freeman. Freeman plays guitar and keyboards and is responsible for composing and producing what you hear on a Rippington’s album. Under his tutelage, the Rippingtons have released an impressive 18 Albums and have had Grammy nominations to boot.

Here are the Rippingtons performing “Weekend in Morocco” in Los Angeles.

Here is a well produced video of the Rippingtons performing Topaz at the Puerto Rico Jazz Festi val.

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About Daniel Odescalchi

I've been a smooth jazz fan since I was first turned onto David Sanborn, Marcus Miller & Bob James in the 80's. And who could forget Dave Grusin. Unfortunately after a while too many people started doing pop covers and it polluted the smooth jazz pool. That's starting to change and this blog is dedicated to educating people on the enjoyment of smooth jazz and the artists that perform it.
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