Brian McKnight returns with his latest single in two years, “When I’m Gone,” a tale of sacrificing love for the love of music
For almost three decades, Brian McKnight has more than tasted the success of serenading fans with romance on gems like “One Last Cry, “You Should Be Mine” and “Back at One.” Remaining firm to his passion for quiet storm ballads to this day, McKnight’s caressing tenor and flawless falsetto are the essential ingredients that have made all of his hits a solid presence on the R&B charts.
Jazz Pianist James Austin Jr. Debuts Plunging Heart First into the Bedrock Book of Wonder – Stevie Wonder
Blissful Songs in the Key of Wonder Brilliantly Covers Motown Legend’s Prolific Mid-`60s to Mid-`80s Heyday in Straight Ahead and Latin Veins
Pianist traveled from his hometown of Chicago to New York City to tackle Jazz on its highest level after surprising himself as a semifinalist in the 2006 Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz International Piano Competition at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C.