But somehow, despite the pitfalls and perils the genre holds, Spyro Gyra has somehow managed to do soft jazz right since the 1970s.
What does SG stand for?
SG stands for Spyro Gyra (band)
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The only "new boy" on the headline list -- Jools Holland, James Blunt and James Morrison all having performed at the Dubai event in previous years --Mraz was supported by Scottish singer Sandi Thom and band Spyro Gyra.
This year's edition will feature popular international artists including James Blunt, Jools Holland James Morrison, Jonathan Butler, Brett Dennen and Spyro Gyra and the multi-talented superstar Jason Mraz.
The last three nights will be paid events and will give music lovers the opportunity to see jazz giants such as Spyro Gyra, Jonathan Butler, Mike Stern and David Koz.
Featuring chart toppers as well as artists such as Spyro Gyra who combine R and B with elements of pop, Caribbean music and jazz and Amina Figarova, who is praised as being one of the most talented jazz pianists in Europe, there will be something to suit every taste whether you want to be up dancing or sat enjoying every finely composed melody.
99, including p&p, call The Birmingham Post Music Line on 01634 832 789 Spyro Gyra - Original Cinema (Heads Up HUCD 3074) Spyro Gyra's particular brand of fusion-lite was ahead of its time in many respects, not least in the band's use of exotic sounds that threw up thoughts of the Caribbean, Cuba, South America or Spain.
My friend says that if he ever sees on a racecard a creature called Spyro Gyra or Kenny G he will give up racing and take up coarse fishing or bowls.