Two Legends one Clearwater Jazz stage. Recap Paul Brown & Mr. 335 Larry Carlton

October 23, 2013  •  5 Comments

This ain't your "fly me to the moon" type of jazz concert nor was it two talented guitarist playing together. Fans last Friday night were treated to two legends coming together on stage headlining the Clearwater Jazz Festival that night. Paul Brown and Mr.335 himself Larry Carlton who have each had amazing careers, won multiple grammy's and on and on and on...The point is, they rocked Clearwater Jazz fans and I personally was blown away having never seen either one of them live before.  What made the deal sweeter for me was one of my favorite bass players Xavier "Xman" Chisholm laid down his one of a kind funky grooves on bass.  Oh man did I have fun! Here are some of my favorites from their performance. Also joining them were David Dayve on Sax, Marcus Thomas on drums, Nathan L. Mitchell on Keys,  and special guest vocalist Renard Edwards who you might know from NBC's The Voice.


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Jeremiah Khokhar Photography
Sharon Shingleton as always a joy to hear from you. Glad you liked the photos!
Jeremiah Khokhar Photography
Thank you so much Glenn. Yes once the final edits are done I'll post the entire album on the website for ordering. I suspect it will be toward the middle or end of next week. Thank you so much for your kind words, I'm so very grateful to you!
paul brown(non-registered)
yo , i would love to have a couple of these to share.thanks PB
Sharon Shingleton
Bravo! These are amazing. I'm a longtime fan of Larry Carlton, since he was a kid. Thanks for sharing Friday night with me.
Glenn Bacon(non-registered)
Wow! Absolutely fantastic photography, Jeremiah! What I wouldn't have given to shoot from your vantage point! You've captured everything that was happening. Very, very well done! Now comes the hundred dollar question... Will you be offering prints for sale? Thank you for posting these photographs. Each is an absolute gem! :)
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