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6339 Star Starred
Yoshi's Oakland
In Jack London Square across the street from BevMo 510 Embarcadero West Oakland, CA 94607
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819 events
421 reviews
431 stars
Three bathroom stalls were out of order. Charis had rips in them. Still waiting for a makeover for this place.
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819 events
421 reviews
431 stars
Worst service I've had there. I was ignored for a very long time. Quite unfortunate.
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Reviews & Ratings

Kenny Burrell
52 ratings
4.7 average rating
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20 events
4 reviews
1 stars
attended Jul 28 2011

What a great event. Kenny and the Jazz Heritage All-Stars were the best!!!

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Theater lover Red Velvet
119 events
21 reviews
14 stars
attended Jul 29 2011

Simply the best jazz band I have heard in years! IN the first 5 mintes, my friend leaned over to me and mouthed the words thankyou as you could tell from the first note that this was going to be first rate sound! Every single note sang and we were...continued

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32 events
9 reviews
20 stars
attended Jul 30 2011

I thought the event was awesome!!! It was nice to just hang out, listen to some music and eat really good food! Yoshi's Salmon burger is worth every penny and their fries are fantastic! It was AWESOME to get outside and enjoy a bit of the arts,...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“The greatest guitarist in jazz history.”—Time


Kenny Burrell is among a handful of guitarists who have forever changed the role of the instrument in jazz. For over fifty years, his distinct style, tone, and phrasing have graced recordings and performances by almost every major performer in jazz history. Combine a consummate sense of swing, lush tones with harmonic creativity and you have the one-and-only jazz guitar artistry of this legendary figure in jazz. From his early years as a sideman with the likes of John Coltrane, Jimmy Smith, James Moody and more, Burrell has always been swinging. Kenny played on his first major recording session in Detroit in 1951, with a Dizzy Gillespie combo that included John Coltrane, Milt Jackson, and Percy Heath and this living legend continues to be a towering giant of jazz. He is a master improviser, prolific composer and distinguished educator.