It may be “Another Long Night Out” for this gentleman of Contemporary Jazz, Mr. keyboard prodigy Brian Culbertson, because the cat is still keeping all eyes on his new project with this:
Flowing smoothly into the essence of Summer comes a new music video for single, “Horizon,” featuring jazz Trumpeter Michael “Patches” Stewart.
Look out now.
Coming fresh off his successful recording, “Epiphany” back in 2013, Guitarist David P. Stevens is ready to do it all over again.
Mr. Stevens has released a brand new music video titled, “For You” – coming direct from his forthcoming project “Mr. Guitar” which is slated to hit retail on August 5th, 2014.
Unforgettable all-star lineup leads to a record sell-out and a second sailing of The Smooth Jazz Cruise
Natalie Cole, David Sanborn, Marcus Miller, Boney James, Brian Culbertson, Candy Dulfer, Rick Braun, Jonathan Butler, Peter White and more will headline two Caribbean voyages in 2015
St. Louis, Missouri (23 July 2014): While sailing into placid blue-green Caribbean waters last January, The Smooth Jazz Cruise encountered a tidal wave of demand for cabins for the 2015 sailing. On just the second day of the 2014 venture, next year’s cruise sailing January 11-18, 2015 showcasing more than twenty of the brightest stars in contemporary jazz and R&B sold out.
Motown Recording Artist Kevin Ross Confirmed To Join Maxwell On His “Summer Soulstice” Tour
DEBUT EP DIALOGUE IN THE GREY AVAILABLE AUGUST 12th
Kevin Ross singing an acoustic version of his song “Dream”
LOS ANGELES, July 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ — One of R&B’s most talked about new voices, KEVIN ROSS, is now confirmed to open for Maxwell on the second half of his “Summer Soulstice” headline tour.
Legendary bassist who played the iconic bass line from Sugar Hill Gang’s “Rappers Delight!” steps out on his new single “Truth Be Told” featuring Marion Meadows from the soon to be released full CD “How I Live”.
Jul. 22, 2014 – ALISO VIEJO, Calif. — Los Angeles based, North Carolina native Chip Shearin may not be a household name but you’ve felt his presence and heard his bass playing as the original bass player who played the iconic bass line for Sugar Hill Gangs, “Rappers Delight!”, The bass line that American Band Stand’s, Dick Clark said …”you may not know the rap but they’re singing the bass line all over the world!”…