After the intermission, saxophonist Kirk Whalum appeared, he had with him his original band members Marcus Finnie on drums and John Stoddart on keys, plus Günter Asbeck on bass and Martin Feske on guitar. He started his set with drummer Marcus Finnie's composition "Fish And Spaghetti" from the drummer's Boundless album, before he played material from his own catalog, like "Do You Feel Me", bringing a southern feeling to the show, "Cain't Stay Blue" from his current Gospel According To Jazz Chapter IV project and his rendition of Maxwell's "Ascension", that has become a staple of his show. He slowed things down with a heartfelt acappella version of Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You" wandering around in the audience while doing this song. John Stoddart got his slot as well, before they raised the heat again with the great Stevie Wonder composition "All I Do", another song that has become a firm part of his shows. This was another solid set by this consummate and spirited artist.