Mindi Abair

Posted: May 16, 2008 in music
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Mindi Abair (born May 31, 1969) is an American smooth jazz saxophonist with a strong Top-40 pop music background.
In 2003, Abair decided to give jazz a try, and the move proved to be successful. Often billed as “the second coming of Candy Dulfer,” she scored big hits like “Lucy’s,” “Flirt,” and “Save the Last Dance” (which takes its name from the Julia Stiles-Sean Patrick Thomas movie). Mindi also sings occasionally, as evidenced by her vocal cover version of the Eagle-Eye Cherry hit “Save Tonight” on her debut album. In 2006, she released the single “True Blue”.
Abair also plays the flute and keyboard, and she is the host of the syndicated radio program Chill with Mindi Abair, which focuses on chill out music. She took over hosting duties for the show, then known as Chill with Chris Botti, from previous host Chris Botti in 2007.

The sound is so cool, this is one talented lady.
So enjoy the cool sounds on a hot evening. 99 degrees currently here in Fremont.

Come As You Are
This is a music video that was shot when Mindi Abair was opening for Josh Groban on his sold out American tour. It’s from her #1 hit “Come As You Are”.


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