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Jazz Legend George Benson Would Tip His Hat To Smooth Jazz Musician Jimmy Dale

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Jazz Legend George Benson would most definitely tip his hat off to Smooth Jazz musician Jimmy Dale. Dale’s smooth take on jazz and soulful quality will most definitely draw you in and keep you a fan for years to come. His single “Dear Mr. Benson” pays homage to the musical effect Benson had on Dale. Dale is an accomplished musician and vocalist and is wildly impressive. I was initially apprehensive of listening to any new artists but Jimmy Dale grabbed a solid hold over my ears. You can get the chance to meet him this week on either Tuesday or Thursday at the Oyster House (12446 Moorpark St. Studio City, CA. 91604) from 9:30pm to 12:30am. I am going to watch him perform live at Tommy Bahamas (73595 El Paseo, Palm Desert, CA. 91608) this Friday (April 10) and I am beyond excited to witness his performance.

Experience the heartwarming “Dear Mr. Benson” for yourself on [url="http://bit.ly/JD-iTunes-Benson"]iTunes[/url].

Stay up to date with Jimmy Dale for upcoming tour dates and news on [url="http://bit.ly/JimmyD-Facebook"]Facebook[/url], [url="http://bit.ly/JimmyD-Reverbnation"]Reverbnation[/url], and his official website at [url="http://www.JimmyDale.net"]www.JimmyDale.net[/url].

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