Nils Returns To Pax Stereo Live!
Saturday, November 11, 2017
Show 7:00-9:00PM PST
Doors Open 6:15

Nils will be performing brand new songs from his forthcoming CD scheduled for release the first quarter of 2018.

Kick-off Your Saturday Evening Early With Us!

  • Champagne & Wine for Early Arrivals
  • Featured Selfie/Photo Fun Wall


Joining Nils is Oliver C. Brown & Clydene Jackson of Gravity 180

Nils Jiptner and Oliver C. Brown, Percussion, Clydene Jackson, Keyboards

Legendary Bassist & Emmy Winner
Tony Saunders

Tony Saunders’ life story could be the script to a hit movie.  Son of legendary keyboardist and composer Merl Saunders, Tony’s life has been a musical adventure.  As a child he was taught piano by Herbie Hancock, and for his tenth birthday he was given an electric organ ​​from Sly Stone.

Enjoy the cool coastal music of Tony Saunders & Sea Cliff Drive (HD) *The SmoothJazz Loft*

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The Return of Nils Live!

As a recording artist and producer, Nils has been one of the most successful in the Contemporary Jazz genre. With 3 number 1 Hits in the Billboard Smooth Jazz charts, including the Song of the Decade 2001-2010 “Pacific Coast Highway” and Song of the Year 2011 ” Jump Start”, he stands out amongst his peers. “Jazz Gems: The Best of Nils could easily be titled “The Best of Contemporary Jazz” and it’s pure joy and exhilaration reliving these masterfully composed and produced hits.” And his new CD ALLEY CAT is arguably his best work yet.

to Nils Cruising Hit – Pacific Coast Highway!

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Dave Koz

I’m a big fan of his, I’ve been playing his music on the radio. Great quality, great musicianship, lots of heart and soul.


Jonathan Widran

Nils has been an urban jazz hit-maker, with his songs lingering in the top of the charts seemingly forever because they are all so picture perfect, melodic, infectious and grooving. Nils is an exciting player whose recordings achieve the rare feat of capturing the excitement he generates on stage.


Phil Perry

” I especially like Nils’ light-fingered-luster approach to guitar playing. It was a joy to work with him.”