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From that point, we start to look at the artists; their songs; what they want to do, musically. We then have about a week of rehearsals, and then we start [touring]. We've got a full line-up: Michael Mc Donald, Larry Graham of Graham Central Station, Mindi Abair, Gerald Albright, Peter White, Brian Culbertson; it's about 40 musicians and artists, and it's pretty artistic. There's a winery in central California that makes this vintage, and we have wine that's sold on the West Coast in Whole Foodsbut the big news is that it's now available nationwide at California Pizza Kitchen.WCT: Of course, this isn't the only thing you have going; there's the [Dave Koz & Friends at Sea] Mediterranean cruise you have planned for next year. Our 2012 one was also in Europe; it started and ended in Barcelona. The people are very good-looking, and Barcelona is very vibrant and very gay. WCT: I haven'tbut if I went I'm not sure I'd come back. You can go any CPKand I understand there's one in Chicagoand order a glass of Koz wine; the proceeds go to the Starlight Children's Foundation, which has been a big charity of mine for many years.WCT: How early do you start putting this all together?Dave Koz: We start pretty quickly I would say that conversations between me and the production manager happen six months ahead of time. It starts in Rome and then it cruises the Mediterranean to Sicily and the Greek islands and then back up the [Italian] coast to Rome again. Then he married a woman named Angie in 1998, but they divorced in 2006.His first grandson's father moved to Tampa where Dave bought him an appartment.Out saxophonist Koz talked with Windy City Times recently about touring, wine and activism, among other topics.Windy City Times: You're in Atlanta right now, correct? We start this tour in Florida, which is a nice place to start.
I've always been a late bloomer with most things in my personal life, so I think a proper relationship will probably come into my life a little later than it does in other people's lives.I remember playing the Park West on my very first tour; I think we played it twice in one year because there were so many great fans and great radio stations.Unfortunately, the stations are not on the air anymorebut the fans are still there.Jazz saxophonist whose album Saxophonic was nominated for a Grammy Award and a NAACP Image Award. After graduating, he began to focus on establishing himself as a musician.He had his own radio program on 94.7 The Wave, which featured contemporary jazz musicians.
[Laughs] I've spent a little bit of time in Chicagotypically, we're in and outbut I've thought about living there for a short period of time. WCT: So, regarding your show, what can people expect?