The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts to present Jeff Bradshaw & Friends in a Free Concert on the Millennium Stage

Hidden Beach Recording Artist to preview sophomore release to kick off the King Holiday Weekend in the nation’s capitol

Los Angeles, CA  — Hidden Beach Recording Artist Jeff Bradshaw will perform at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Friday January 13th at 6:00 PM kicking off the Martin Luther King Holiday weekend in the nation’s capitol. As part of the daily Millennium Stage free concert series – Jeff Bradshaw along with his surprise special guests, will engage the audience with his deft blend of Jazz, Soul and Rhythm & Blues.

“I am honored to be asked to perform at the Kennedy Center – the nation’s Performing Arts Center. We have a special show planned full of musical treats worthy of this honor. Plan to come and enjoy yourself with me and my very special guests.”

Jeff Bradshaw – a Trombonist/vocalist/producer was first introduced to the world by Jill Scott who made her directorial debut with the music video for Bradshaw’s solo debut “Slide.” The album “Bone Deep” garnered substantial critical acclaim. Bradshaw has since shared the stage with a host of super-stars including Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige , Earth, Wind & Fire and The Roots. Bradshaw’s long overdue sophomore release is due in stores this winter with him appearing in top form on Trombone and vocals along with guest spots from Grammy® nominees Raheem DeVaughn, Marsha Ambrosius, Maysa, and Coko (of SWV) along with Kindred the Family Soul, PJ Morton, other Soul and Hip Hop notables.

About the Kennedy Center Millennium Stage
The Kennedy Center is the only U.S. institution that presents a free performance 365 days a year. Created in 1997 and underwritten by James A. Johnson and Maxine Isaacs, the Millennium Stage features a broad spectrum of performing arts each day at 6 p.m. Brought to the public by Target Stores, the Millennium Stage helps fulfill the Center’s mission of making the performing arts accessible to everyone. With performances as varied as: jazz, ballet, popular music, modern dance, opera, choral music, theater, chamber music, symphonic music, stand-up comedy, and cabaret, the Millennium Stage has hosted artists representing all 50 states as well as international artists representing more than 50 countries.

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