Chris Botti Bio, Age, Family, Net Worth, Dating, Songs, Tour, Albums, Age and Drummer


Chris Botti Biography

Chris Botti (Birth name: Christopher Stephen Botti) who as of 2018 is 56 years old, is an American trumpeter and composer. In 2013, he won the Grammy Award in the Best Pop Instrumental Album category, for the album Impressions.

 

He was also nominated in 2008 for his album Italia and received three nominations in 2010 for the live album Chris Botti In Boston. Four of his albums have reached the No. 1 position on the Billboard jazz albums chart. Coming to prominence with the 2001 recording of his Night Sessions album, Botti established a reputation as a versatile musician in both jazz and pop music for his ability to fuse both styles together.

Botti left Indiana University during his senior year for short touring stints with Frank Sinatra and Buddy Rich. In 1985, he moved to New York City to hone his craft as a studio musician.

In 1990, he began a decade long touring and recording relationship with Paul Simon which broadened his exposure to other singers. During that period, he also performed/recorded with Aretha FranklinNatalie ColeBette MidlerJoni Mitchell, Natalie MerchantScritti PolittiRoger Daltrey, and others.

On August 15, 1991, Botti performed with Paul Simon in New York’s Central Park as part of The Rhythm of the Saints tour. The performance was commercially released as the Concert in the Park CD. While on tour with Simon, he met saxophonist Michael Brecker, which led to Botti co-producing a track on the Brecker Brothers’ Out of the Loop titled “Evocations”. The album won a 1995 Grammy for Best Contemporary Jazz Performance.

Chris Botti Age | Where Does Chris Botti Live

Christopher Stephen Botti is an American trumpeter and composer. He was born on 12th October 1962, in Portland, Oregon, United States. He once bought a ritzy home perched atop Hollywood Hills, but he soon sold it and moved into a hotel in New York City.

Chris Botti Family

He was born in Portland, Oregon and raised in Corvallis, although he also spent two years of his childhood in Italy. His earliest musical influence was his mother, a classically trained pianist, and a part-time piano teacher. He started playing the trumpet at nine-years-old, and committed to the instrument at age 12 when he heard Miles Davis play “My Funny Valentine”.

After graduating from high school, Chris studied under jazz educator David Baker and trumpet professor Bill Adam at the Indiana University School of Music. Botti was also the recipient of two grants from the National Endowment for the Arts which allowed him to study with trumpeter Woody Shaw and saxophonist George Coleman during two consecutive summer breaks.

Botti left Indiana University during his senior year for short touring stints with Frank Sinatra and Buddy Rich. In 1985, he moved to New York City to hone his craft as a studio musician.

Chris Botti Net Worth

Chris Botti is an American trumpeter and composer. He has an estimated net worth of  $8 million as of 2018. At nine years old Chris started playing the trumpet and he committed to it at 12. He first performed at Carnegie Hall in 1981 when he was a member of the McDonald’s All American High School Jazz band.

Chris Botti Dating

The American actor is single but he has been involved in various relationships. From 2005 up to 2006 he dated Lisa Gastineau and later married Lisa. The two separated and he was left single for several years. He got involved in a relationship with Brandi Glanville they relate for a short time and they end up separating.

Chris Botti Songs

Emmanuel

Hallelujah

Cinema Paradiso

The Look of Love

When I Fall in Love

My Funny Valentine

Venice

I’ve Got You Under My Skin

A Song for You

What a Wonderful World

Flamenco Sketches

Prelude No. 20 in C Minor

Good Morning HeartacheIf I Ever Lose My Faith in You

Contigo En La Distancia

You Are Not Alone

All Would Envy

Ave Maria

Time to Say Goodbye

Ever Since We Met

The Very Thought of You

Silent Night

La Belle Dame Sans Regrets

Deborah’s Theme

Per Te

Over the Rainbow

Smile

Tango Suite

Seven Days

What’ll I Do?

Sevdah

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Chris Botti Tour

Chris Botti events

Fri, 29 Mar
20:00
Kingston, NY, United States
Ulster Performing Arts Center

Sat, 30 Mar
20:00
Atlantic City, NJ, United States
Ovation Hall

Wed, 3 Apr
19:30
Virginia Beach, VA, United States
Sandler Center for the Performing Arts

Fri, 5 Apr
20:00
Portsmouth, NH, United States
The Music Hall, Portsmouth, NH

Sat, 6 Apr
20:00
Morristown, NJ, United States
Mayo Performing Arts Center

Sun, 7 Apr
20:00
Annapolis, MD, United States
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts

Fri, 12 Apr
20:00
Palm Desert, CA, United States
McCallum Theatre

Sat, 13 Apr
20:00
Palm Desert, CA, United States
McCallum Theatre

Sat, 20 Apr
20:00
Sahuarita, AZ, United States
Desert Diamond Casinos & Entertainment, Sahuarita

Thu, 25 Apr
19:30
Eau Claire, WI, United States
Pablo Center at the Confluence
Wed, 1 May
19:30
Princeton, NJ, United States
McCarter Theatre Center

Thu, 2 May
20:00
Troy, NY, United States
Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

Fri, 3 May
20:00
Ridgefield, CT, United States
Ridgefield Playhouse

Sat, 4 May
20:00
New York, United States
St. George Theatre

Sun, 5 May
15:00
Medford, MA, United States
Chevalier Theatre

Fri, 10 May
20:00
Worcester, MA, United States
The Hanover Theatre and Conservatory for the Performing Arts

Thu, 23 May
19:30
London, United Kingdom
Cadogan Hall

Fri, 24 May
21:00
Levazım Mah., Beşiktaş/İstanbul, Turkey
Zorlu Performing Arts Center

Tue, 28 May
20:30
Katowice, Poland
National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra

Wed, 29 May
17:30
Katowice, Poland
National Polish Radio Symphony Orchestra

Thu, 30 May
20:00
Warsaw, Poland
COS Torwar Event Hall

Fri, 31 May
19:00
Poznań, Poland
Poznan Congress Center

Sat, 1 Jun
20:00
Sopot, Poland
Forest Opera

Mon, 3 Jun
20:00
Bucharest, Romania
Sala Palatului

Wed, 5 Jun
19:30
Budapest, Hungary
MOM Swimming Pool and Sports Center

Fri, 28 Jun
19:30
Park City, UT, United States
Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater – Temporarily Closed

Sat, 20 Jul
20:00
Greenville, SC, United States
The Peace Center

Chris Botti Blue Note

He ANNOUNCES 10TH ANNUAL HOLIDAY RESIDENCY AT BLUE NOTE JAZZ CLUB.

BWWMUSICWORLD.COM. BY MUSIC NEWS DESK

Blue Note Jazz Club, one of the world’s most iconic jazz and blues venues based in Greenwich Village, has announced world-renowned trumpeter Chris Botti’s milestone 10th Annual Holiday Residency. The three-week engagement at the club will run Monday, December 15, 2014, through Sunday, January 4, 2015, with two shows each evening (including Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve performances).

The actor, described by The Wall Street Journal as (a December institution in the Big Apple)has named the Blue Note his home every December from 2005. Over the years the residency has featured special improvised musical guests, such as Sting and John Mayer, 2011.

Chris Botti In Boston

Chris Botti in Boston is his live album, which was released on CD and DVD on 31st March 2009 through Decca Records. It was certified platinum in the US and diamond in Poland. and also nominated at the 2010 Grammy Awards in categories Best Pop Instrumental Album and Best Long Form Music Video, while “Emmanuel” received a nomination for Best Instrumental ArrangeChris Botti Charlotte

Chris Botti Nashville

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Chris Botti Band

He was the leader of the house band on the nationally syndicated daytime talk show “The Caroline Rhea” for its only season in (2002 to 2003).

Chris Botti Band Members

Ski Oakenfull

Randy Hope-Taylor

Graham Harvey

Julian Crampton

Thomas Dyani

Gavin Harrison

Bud Beadle

Joy Malcolm

Kelli Sae

Matt Cooper

Jean-Paul Maunick

Richard Bailey

Trevor Mires

Mark Anthoni

Francis Hylton

Richard Bull

Jocelyn Brown

Maysa Leak

Paul Weller

Paul “Tubbs” Williams

Tony Remy

Adrian Fry

Paul Greenwood

David Torn

Bill Bruford

Tony Levin

Chris Botti Seattle

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Chris Botti When I Fall In Love

“I Fall In Love” is his seventh studio album. Which was released by Columbia Record on 28th September 2004 and was ranked as number one on Billboard Top Jazz Albums chart. The album has sold more than 500,000 copies and has been approved Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America “.RIAA”

Chris Botti Christmas

It is the fifth studio album by The American trumpet player, which was written by Mel Tormé, Robert Wells. It was released by Columbia Records on 22nd October 2002. He himself provided vocal on “Perfect Day”.

Chris Botti Baton Rouge

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Chris Botti Drummer

His band appeared in the “drum solo” with:

Billy Kilson

James Genu

Mark Whitfield

Billy Childs

Chris Botti And Sting

Chris Botti Impressions

Impressions are the tenth studio album by American jazz trumpeter Chris Botti, which was released on April 17. 2012 through Columbia Records. The album debuted and peaked No. 1 on the Billboard Jazz Album chart. On February 10. 2013, the album received the Grammy Award for Best Pop Instrumental Album.

Chris Botti: Sting’s Belief In Me Is Why I Have A Career

I honestly have had many people, like my friends, come to me and go, “Chris, I’m coming to your show tomorrow, I have never seen you play before, so is it just you and the trumpet?” They don’t realize it’s a night with an incredible jazz group, which moves around from classical to jazz to pop, and you have all these lines being blurred and it’s incredibly fun! Afterward, people say, “I had no idea it would be like that.” We crafted it over many years of trial and a lot of errors.

I obsess about my show all day because I want it to be musically entertaining and also musically “high-end” for the fans… It’s not lost on me that we have fans who buy tickets, take a night off and come to the show. It means so much.

What is the one guilty pleasure that you look forward to whenever you’re home or on holiday?

Honestly, I’m not very good at relaxing and I don’t really go on holiday. I’m a bit of a workaholic, although I don’t view it as work. I’ve been doing the same thing since I was 9 years old; it’s just that now I get paid to do it, it’s awesome!

I practice yoga and enjoy playing chess, but being on tour and playing for my fans is what I look forward to every day. We’re on the road 300 days a year and people ask, “How do you have a life?” I don’t, but I wouldn’t change anything.

Sting, in the past, you’ve collaborated with a number of prominent musicians, lately with Paul Simon and Peter Gabriel. What’s the greatest insight you’ve gained from everything?

I’ve been fortunate to work with many supremely talented musicians over the years. I tend to surround myself with people whom I can learn something from, and my strategy has always been to play with musicians better than myself. I maintain a childlike curiosity about music, along with a sense that I need to work at it. I never want to stop learning.

What’s it like to perform with Chris Botti?

Chris brings the trumpet to its most poetic, vocal-like quality. He’s altogether unique in that respect. His sound provides a compelling complement to my vocals and it’s always a true joy to perform with him.

You’ve played and experimented with practically all kinds of music. Which genre would you say is closest to your heart, and why?

I enjoy the creative freedom I have and the ability to do what interests me. I get bored pretty easily, and so I always like to do something new and that is hopefully surprising. I think my audience has come to expect that element of surprise.

This will be the first time that you and Botti will be playing in the Philippines. What excites you about it?

It gives you a chance to show an audience you’re a real human being; you still sweat and sometimes make mistakes. That close up, everything’s kind of human, which I like. I still get a buzz from being on stage. There’s no way to describe the feeling of playing for people who are pleased to see you. That’s something you can’t be blasé about.

What new things have you learned from aging?

I tend to live in the moment and don’t really think too much about the future or necessarily about the past. I recently celebrated my 64th birthday, and I’m glad that I’m my age. It’s fun because I have both sides of it – a bit of wisdom and the energy of a younger man.

Chris Botti Albums

Chris Botti in Boston 2009

When I Fall in Love 2004

Impressions 2012

Night Sessions 2001

Italia 2007

To Love Again: The Duets 2005

A Thousand Kisses Deep 2003

Slowing Down the World 1999

Midnight Without You 1997

First Wish 1995

December 2002

This Is Chris Botti 2011

Musical Gifts from Joshua Bell and Friends 2013

Browns in Blue 2007

As Canções Do Século 1994

The Talented Mr. Ripley – Music from The Motion Picture 1999

Children’s Kindness Network presents Moozie’s Musical Adventures! 2010

Three Rivers 2015

Brotherly Love 2011

Plati Me Plati 2013

Live: With Orchestra and Special Guests 2007

The Very Best of Chris Botti 2002

A Quiet Revolution: 30 Years of Windham Hill 2005

December (2006) 2006

Jazz for the Road 2006

Martha Stewart Living Music: Jazz for the Holidays 2005

Martha Stewart Living Music: Traditional Songs For The Holidays 2005

The Essential Collection 2011

Christmas Crooners 2016

This is Chris Botti (International Version) 2010

In Australia 2010

Cool – Jazz 2009

Absolute Masterworks – Angels 2013

Andrea Bocelli: The Complete Pop Albums (Remastered) Columbia Jazz 2002

Chris Botti YouTube

Chris Botti-Five Great Songs