The "Prince of Cool" turns on the heat at LA's The Mint
LOS ANGELES, CA -- The moment the "Prince of Cool" cleared the vintage red drapes at The Mint to begin his one-hour dramatic performance on August 23, the enthusiastic audience of music lovers knew it was in for a characteristic treat.
Dressed in a charcoal gray, pin-striped designer suit with a white shirt opened strategically to his chest, recording artist John Eric Booth crossed to the stage with unruffled confidence to take his fans on a memorable and educational musical journey.
Booth's inaugural engagement at the historic venue was met by both thunderous applause and cheers after world-renowned bandleader and saxophonist Pat Longo introduced the silky and sexy crooner to the famous establishment, founded in 1937.
A dulcet of tones furnished to favorable perfection by The Pat Longo quartet set a family-oriented mood for an exhilarating evening. The band was represented artistically and internationally by the electrifying and collective talent of pianist Ben DeTosti, guitarist Rick Fleishman, bassist Jeff Takiguchi and drummer Steve Pemberton.
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