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Kevin Van Sant

I play guitar in a variety of settings from solo to organ trio and a variety of other duo, trio and quartet configurations. I regularly perform all over North Carolina and elsewhere on the East Coast. I have also performed in Russia and throughout Europe. Performances in Europe include five times at the legendary Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. As of summer 2008 I have released eleven CDs as a leader or co-leader.

I am available for any kind of sideman or studio work and, in addition to my established projects, I can assemble a variety of jazz ensembles to play at any public or private event anywhere in the world.

Play the Music of Horace Silver

Label: Lei'Zure Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Strollin'; Silver's Serenade; Peace; Soulville; Juicy Lucy; Lonely Woman; Nica's Dream; Summer in Central Park; Enchantment; Ecaroh; Calcutta Cutie.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Van Sant/Palmer Jazz Duo: Play the Music of Horace Silver

Read "Play the Music of Horace Silver" reviewed by Matthew Warnock

Guitarist Kevin Van Sant and bassist Ben Palmer come together on The Music of Horace Silver to deliver a soulful and meaningful tribute to the music of one of the greatest composers and pianists in jazz. It's apparent that both musicians hold Silver's music in the highest regard and this reverence is brought to light on ...

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Threes in Four

Featuring the music of Kevin Van Sant
Duration: 4:52

Kevin Van Sant, Ben Palmer, and James Simpson. Jazz guitar/bass/drums trio playing an original tune. This clip comes from a concert during our tour in Germany in June 2008

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