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"One of those smart guys," explains the musician who was born Kenneth Gorelick.Already on this morning in mid June, he's practiced on his saxophone for three hours."That's the way I start every morning, from 8 to 11," he says.After discussing finances and shooting a round likely a very good 18 holes, as Kenny G modestly admits that he plays to a 1 handicap this year, up a shot from 2008 when he was scratch, the ultimate for par seeking golf amateurs he'll drive to his son's school to watch the student's guitar recital.Busy, yes. Interesting, certainly. And, as the Grammy winning, 53 year old smooth jazz saxophonist explains, challenging.The Seattle native calls the shots.His visit to headline Saturday night at Onondaga Community College will be his first visit in the 27 years of the Syracuse Jazz Fest.Gorelick says he made the decision to perform at the free admission event."I have a hand in saying yes for every gig I play," he says.Why would the man who's sold more than 50 million albums worldwide, the guy whom All Music Guide biography calls "a household name," make the call to come to Syracuse?"I've heard about it awhile," Gorelick says. "I've been playing gigs every one of those 27 years, so I know it's out there."With the economy like it is, he says, it was time to shake up his touring schedule a bit."This is one of those years where you kind of rethink your normal routine in everything in life," Gorelick says. "Rethink your money. I said, 'Let's do things we haven't done before.' "So in addition to Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Branson, San Juan, Seattle and Anaheim, this summer tour includes Niagara Falls (Friday at the Seneca Niagara Casino and Hotel); Syracuse; French Lick, Ind.; Clarkston, Mich.; and other smaller stops."I'm always excited to play somewhere the first time," he says. "About a month ago, we were in Europe, and we played in a lot of cities we haven't been playing. It's exciting to see an audience for the first time."The audiences have shown a lot of love back.Scott Yanow for All Music Guide calls Kenny G "a phenomenally successful instrumentalist whose recordings make the pop charts. . Kenny G is a fine player with an attractive sound (influenced a bit by Grover Washington Jr.) who often caresses melodies, putting a lot of emotion into his solos."In fact, Yanow starts that biography with the statement: "Kenny G has long been the musician many jazz listeners love to hate." The reason: "Because he does not improvise much (sticking mostly to predictable melody statements), his music largely falls outside of jazz."In one particularly public criticism, jazz guitarist and composer Pat Metheny blasted Kenny G on an online message board, calling Gorelick "not being anywhere near a really great player in relation to the standards that have been set on his instrument over the past 60 or 70 years."The fact that Gorelick recorded his sax work over the work of American treasure Louis Armstrong on "What a Wonderful World" particularly raised Metheny's hackles. 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