Video: Game of Thrones Theme – Smooth Jazz Edition

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smooth jazz game of thronesTHE INTERNET (April 7, 2014) — As a new season of HBO’s “Game of Thrones” begins, a jazz artist’s take on the popular theme song has immediately gone viral.

Pianist Scott Bradlee posted the song on YouTube on April 6, and it already had nearly a quarter of a million views by early Monday morning.

“We teamed up with nine time Grammy-nominated sax star Dave Koz to bring you this smooth version of the opening theme song,” writes Bradlee in the video description.  “No Starks were harmed in the making of this video.”

Bradlee also posted a link to purchase the rendition via iTunes here.  Watch the full video below.

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  • Tom Parker

    Dave that was very fine! For those of you that may not have had the opportunity to meet Dave Koz
    please let me tell you a short story. A few short years ago Dave was in Bangkok for a concert.
    I was the evening DJ on Wave FM 88 and Dave dropped by the studio for an hour of live interview
    with his tenor.

    I have had the great pleasure in interviewing many of the stars in Smooth Jazz over the years and
    if you asked me who stood out, who do you remember with the greatest feeling of humanity and
    care I would tell you Dave Koz. His musicianship is legendary of course, but his persona is even greater. That time was an hour of absolute joy.

    Always wishing you the very best Dave, Tom Parker

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