Posted by rheuben on May 16, 2016
We will be introducing the new G-Series 85% Copper Body saxophones and the new G-Series Mouthpiece at NAMM in 2017. We will also show the current G-Series saxophones and any other new accessories we have in development.
Posted by rheuben on April 28, 2016
Public Notice: 4.28.2016 There are manufactures in Mainland China making saxophones with the Kenny G name on them. These Kenny G saxophones are not authorized by Kenny G, Rheuben Allen and/or A & K Global Enterprises, Inc. the parent company for Kenny G saxophones. The Chinese government does not regulate or protect the use […]
Posted by rheuben on April 15, 2016
January 16, 2010 Nokia Theatre Los Angeles CA
Posted by rheuben on March 14, 2016
Kenny will be appearing at the City National Grove of Anaheim on Sunday, April 3, 2016 in Anaheim, California I will be there so if you see me and know me say HI!
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Kenny will be playing at the McCallum Theatre in Palm Desert on Monday April 4, 2016 in Palm Desert California.
Posted by rheuben on March 12, 2016
Kenny will be appearing at the Venetian Theatre at the Venetian in Las Vegas, NV on Friday, April 1, 2016. You can get tickets at www.kennyg.com.
Posted by rheuben on December 1, 2015
GVI Saxophones are coming soon. We have the new kenny G G-VI LIMITED Edition in production and should have them available in early 2016… keep checking this site for updates.
Posted by rheuben on November 25, 2015
NAMM 2016 Booth 2711 Hall D.. If you are attending NAMM 2016 please stop and visit us. We will have the saxophones on display and can answer any questions you have about the saxophones. Kenny is going to try to attend the show.
Posted by rheuben on November 14, 2015
GVI Saxophones will be available in early 2016. These saxophones are the top line instruments in the Kenny G Line of saxophones. The bodies of thee saxophones are made from 85% copper and have a great tone. They will be available In LIMITED quantities. Come visit us at NAMM 2016 Booth 2711
Posted by rheuben on May 21, 2015
Why is it harder to play soprano sax than my tenor? Playing the soprano is very different than playing the alto or tenor. The tenor and alto tend to respond with a loose embouchure and many tenor players strive to keep the embouchure loose for a big sound. Soprano needs a little firmer embouchure to […]