The sax rarely sounds as sweet as when Euge Groove, aka Steve Grove, starts to play. Just ask Elton John, Tina Turner and countless other artists who all have incorporated Groove's incomparably smooth sound into their albums and live performances. No wonder the Top 40 charts have been studded with hits featuring Groove's trademark solos, including Exposé's "Seasons Change" and Richard Marx's "Keep Coming Back." Since going solo in 2000, Groove has returned to the charts -- this time all on his own. His 2007 album Born 2 Groove
debuted at the top of the Billboard
Contemporary Jazz chart. This is in addition to a clutch of No. 1 hits including "B2G," "Religify," "Get Em Goin," "Slam Dunk" and "Rewind." Now, having just released his seventh album -- fittingly titled Seven Large
-- this master of smooth jazz comes to play the B.B. King Blues Club.
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