2023 Jazz at the Garden featuring Marcus Johnson
Jul 1 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm| $45 – $130
“Sips and Sounds” Jazz Party to begin 4th of July Holiday week
Doors for Jazz at the Garden open at approximately 5:30 pm
Bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and picnic baskets to enjoy a great evening of live music on the beautiful Garden Grounds! Large coolers, tents, and umbrellas are not permitted. Outside alcohol is strictly prohibited. DSBG will have a bar open serving beer and wine. The Garden Store will have other drinks and snacks for purchase. Jazz at the Garden is a rain or shine event. If inclement weather, performance will be moved inside to the Great Hall. Table seating may not be available if moved inside for inclement weather.
Marcus Johnson is an independent Billboard-ranked musician, NAACP Image Award nominee, owner of FLO Brands and FLO Wine, JD and MBA, philanthropist, father, friend… so much more!
What is FLO (For the Love Of)? It represents the journey through which we discover those things in life that fulfill us and make each experience a little better. For the love of life, self, happiness, passion, joy…love itself.
As head of Three Keys Music, Johnson produced and released on the Three Keys Music label national jazz artists: Michael Lington, Jaared Arosemena, Bobby Lyle, Nick Colionne, R&B singer, Alyson Williams, neo-soul songstress, Zahzarah; and smooth jazz Saxophonists Phillip Martin and Brian Lenair.
To date, Marcus has released more than twenty Billboard charted CDs. He has the distinction of having his groundbreaking 2008 Billboard Top 20 Contemporary Jazz FLO (For the Love Of) Anthology, which consisted of three distinct CDs — FLO Chill, FLO Romance and FLO Standards – all chart Top 10 on Billboard Contemporary Jazz Charts simultaneously.
The release of Poetically Justified (2009) and This is How I Rock (2011), which were Top 20 Contemporary Jazz CDs, solidified Marcus Johnson as the heir apparent to the funky urban groove music style and sound made famous by legendary jazz greats, George Duke and Herbie Hancock.