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George Benson is one of the most popular jazz musicians America has ever produced. George Benson was born on March 22, 1943 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. As a jazz guitarist he has curved a niche for himself. His career as a jazz artist began at the age of 21. However, he is better known to the world as a Pop/R&B singer. His "Turn Your Love Around", "Give Me The Night", "This Masquerade" are world famous songs. His music is endowed with his supreme taste of music, terrific speed, rounded tone and what's more a marvelous sense of logic. Sounds odd? But here he excels. Charlie Christian and Wes Montgomery are his inspirations. When you watch George Benson's show you will come to know how much inspiration he has archived from these two great musicians. George Benson can do dead-on impressions of both Charlie Christian and Wes Montgomery, but his style is unique, completely his own. Have you ever got the opportunity to enjoy any of George Benson's live concerts. If yes, you must have enjoyed that to the fullest. If not, there is a very good news for you. In the coming months George Benson is all set to go on a nationwide tour across U.S.A. For tickets don't worry. We will avail you the premium George Benson tickets at very attractive rates. So, don't make any delay. Order your tickets now.

Benson started out professionally as a singer. He started performing at the nightclubs from the tender age of eight. In 1954, Benson recorded four sides for RCA's X label. He formed a rock band only at the age of 17 years. He began his musical career as a jazz guitarist with organist Jack McDuff. He performed his first on stage performance with McDuff's group. At the age of 21 years, Benson recorded his first album entitled "The New Boss Guitar". In 1965, benson formed his own group. He recorded two albums of soul-jazz and hard bop for Columbia. In 1967, Benson swithced to Verve. In June Benson's idol Montgomery died. Shortly after his death producer Creed Taylor began to record for Benson for A&M Records and CTI albums.
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Apr 27 Fri 8:30 PM George Benson Golden Nugget - Lake Charles
Lake Charles, LA
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Aug 29 Wed 8:00 PM Jazz At The Bowl: George Benson, Ledisi & Jose James Hollywood Bowl
Los Angeles, CA
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While A&M Records and CTI albums certainly earned their reputation with Benson as a guitar star in the jazz world, people did not recognize him fully until he take up singing. In 1976, George Benson sang for Warner Bros. "Breezin", his first album with Warner Bros. became a huge hit. The album was listed in the Top Ten list. Tanks to its splendid track "This Masquerade" which was a great manifestation of Benson's superb vocals. Then Benson released "Give Me the Night" which was flavored with R&B touch. Benson got instant recognition. Benson's fan base began to enlarge. During the 1980s George Benson performed at several Playboy Jazz Festivals.

George Benson is a versatile artist. During his musical career he has released numerous albums. Some of his famous works include: "The New Boss Guitar" (1964), "Benson Burner" (1965), "This is Jazz, Vol. 9" (1965), "Its Uptown" (1966), "Willow Weep for Me" (1967), "Goodies" (1968), "Tell It Like It Is" (1969), "I Got a Woman and Some Blues" (1970), "White Rabbit" (1971), "Body Talk" (1973), "Bad Benson" (1974), "Good King Bad" (1975), "Breezin" (1976), "Space Album" (1978), "take Five" (1979), "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" (1980), "GB" (1981), "Pacific Fire" (1983), "Twice The Love" (1988), "Tenderly" (1989), "Big Boss Band" (1990), "Thats Right" (1996), "All Blues" (2001), "After Hours" (2002), "Golden Legends Live" (2004), "Jazz After Hours With George Benson" (2005), "Best of George Benson".

George Benson is soon going to perform in various cities of the country. For tickets contact us.