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LeNard Rutledge Quartet March 4
(Published: March 01, 2016)

The City of Miami Beach presents the LeNard Rutledge Quartet at First Fridays, March 4, from 5:30-8:30 pm. This FREE concert is at Normandy Fountain, Normandy Drive at 71st Street. Featuring Jaui Schneider, keys, Kai Sanchez, bass, and Mike Harvey, drums. Courtesy KCC Productions. For more info call 305-332-2623

Captivating, soul stirring, earthy and funky. These are just some of the words used to describe the song stylings of LeNard Rutledge. Growing up in Miami, Florida, LeNard was always surrounded by many different musical styles. His parents had an extensive music collection ranging from Classical, Jazz, Hymns and the funk of James Brown.

LeNard has shared the stage with a number of highly respectable jazz artists such as: Nnenna Freelon, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Kenny Drew Jr., and Harry Allen. In May of 2006, LeNard was named BEST JAZZ ARTIST, by the Miami New Times magazine.

"LeNard Rutledge is usually compared, aptly, to the legendary Lou Rawls. Like Rawls, Rutledge's classy elegance is often permeated by the raw passion of his church choir work." (Miami New Times)

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