Saturday, October 13, 2018
400 Ballpark Drive, West Sacramento, CA 95691
Time TBD – Gates Open
It’s hard to believe that it’s been over 26 years since Candy Dulfer rose to fame with her high-profile collaborations with Dave Stewart (the worldwide number 1 smash “Lily was here”) and of course the legendary Prince, whose tongue-in-cheek recommendation (“When I want sax, I call Candy”) in the “Partyman” video made the world sit up and notice the young, glamorous and talented sax player at his side. Their collaboration continued over the years with many studio sessions, TV show appearances, award show performances (including the Grammy Awards), and concert tours around the globe, including Candy joining Prince’s NPG band as a permanent member for his record-shattering Musicology tour & album.
Candy has been fortunate to work – both in the studio and on stage – with some of the biggest names in music, including Van Morrison, Maceo Parker, Sheila E., Mavis Staples, Lionel Richie, Beyoncé, Pink Floyd, Chaka Khan, Aretha Franklin, and many others.
The Peet Project
The Peet Project is a Hungarian pop-funk-jazz band comprising five twenty-something musicians. Their original music is a seductive and eclectic blend, reflecting influences encompassing Brian Culbertson, Candy Dulfer, George Duke, Earth Wind and Fire and the Rippingtons, among others.
The Peet Project was formed in 2009 and their career kicked off when they won the grand prize of Budapest-based 90.9 Jazzy Radio’s song contest later that year. The band’s debut album, Pink Spirit (2010, Beagle Beat Records), received rave reviews, not only in Hungary but also internationally, at JazzCorner and JazzTimes, whilst Smoothjazz.com’s Sandy Shore described the CD as “off-the-hook, irresistible grooves and melodies”.
Lynda Clayton’s lengthy tenure as a full-time radio personality in Sacramento and worldwide on the internet has brought millions of people daily opportunities to smile, feel a part of and be with Lynda as a trusted and respected friend.
With over three decades as a radio personality, Lynda is currently voicing local Sacramento’s SmoothJazz107.1FM and worldwide on iHeart Radio App. Formally a full-time personality on 94.7 KSSJ, KGBY-Y92) and came to Sacramento in 1991 from San Diego (KGB-FM), Los Angeles (KLOS, KMET) and Phoenix (KDKB).