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Nat Adderley, Jr. In Concert At Parker Jazz Club, Wednesday, May 5th. 9p at Parker Jazz Club

Pamela Hart uploaded this event on May 2, 2021


Parker Jazz Club
117 W. 4th St. #107b
Austin, TX
(512) 394-6003

Nat Adderley, Jr. In Concert At Parker Jazz Club, Wednesday, May 5th. 9p at Parker Jazz Club


Wed, May 5, 2021
9:00 pm

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Nat Adderley, Jr. in concert at Parker Jazz Club for Two Shows in Austin presented by Women in Jazz Concert Series

Tickets: Reservations are available at Parker Jazz Club online at:

Wednesday, May 5th, 9:00 pm Show:

Information: Call 512-394-6003

Nat Adderley Jr. is best known for his work with Luther Vandross. Nat wrote (and arranged) Luther’s first top 20 pop hit, ‘Stop to Love,’ and some other important Luther songs, including ‘Wait for Love’ and the Grammy-nominated ‘Give me the Reason’. Nat also arranged many of Luther’s most popular records, including ‘Superstar,’ ‘Here and Now,’ ‘If Only for One Night,’ ‘Creepin,’ ‘If This World Were Mine,’ ‘So Amazing,’ ‘There’s Nothing Better Than Love,’ ‘Never Too Much,’ and ‘Love Won’t Let Me Wait’. Additionally, Nat produced tracks on the last seven Vandross studio albums. These include ‘My Favorite Things,’ ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,’ ‘Going Out of My Head,’ ‘Knocks Me Off My Fee,’ and ‘The Closer I Get To You,’ a duet with Beyoncé Knowles. Nat was Luther’s musical director from 1981 until his death. Many other artists have had major successes with help from Nat Adderley, Jr. Nat wrote ‘The Wave’ for Kirk Whalum, arranged Natalie Cole’s 1987 hit recording of ‘When I Fall In Love,’ produced ‘Just Another Lonely Night’ for Johnny Gill, arranged most of Aretha Franklin’s album Jump To It, produced Gloria Lynne’s album No Detour Ahead, and did the string arrangement for Doc Powell’s Grammy-nominated version of ‘What’s Going On.’ Also, Nat produced tracks for the Temptations’ CD ‘Awesome’ (2001), and Ruben Studdard’s ‘Love Is’ (2009)....

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