A eighties and nineties dance diva favorite, Lisa Stansfield goes Deeper on her latest CD:
Through the ups and downs of her career, Lisa Stansfield finds a way to throw a few invigorating vocal punches since her beginnings in the mid-eighties with the dance trio Blue Zone (featuring her colloborater to this day, Ian Devaney), with producer Coldcut and as a solo international hit maker.
U.K. and International hit maker, Gabrielle celebrates a refreshing kind of love with “Show Me” in a triumphant return to the recording studio
When Gabrielle burst onto the British music scene in the early nineties with her soon to be trademark hit, “Dreams,” her infectious pop/R&B/dance mix also made a splash onto several international charts.
Saxman Dante Lewis Releases New Album “A Sweet Love: Tribute to Anita Baker” – Available NOW on CDBaby, and ReverbNation
Hailing from Columbia, SC, is urban contemporary saxophonist Dante Lewis. The up-and-coming jazz artist shared his love for music legend Anita Baker recently with the release of tribute album “A Sweet Love: Tribute to Anita Baker” – available NOW at fine online retailers.
Eighties R&B Icon Freddie Jackson sends his love once again on “Without You” | Coming April 16th, 2018!
One of the greatest R&B balladeers of all time, Freddie Jackson, continues delivering what he knows best. Those knockout love songs with an unwavering vocal confidence brought us “You Are My Lady,” Nice & Slow”, “One Night” and many others that made his name special through the mid-eighties and into the nineties.
SuCh spins a classic that made John Legend a household word
“Ordinary People” is available NOW on Amazon and iTunes!
Singer/Songwriter SuCh feels quite comfortable as a storyteller who reaches back for all the emotional gusto she can get, as evidenced by her debut CD, Stretch Marks and the follow-up, Trial and Error.
Tiffany Bynoe (formerly Tene’ Williams) Returns With “All Things New” – A Duet with Uncle Howard Hewett
Akron, Ohio-native Tiffany Bynoe is a singer who is also the niece of renowned soul singer Howard Hewett. She originally entered the industry in 1993 under the stage name Tene’ Williams on Pendulum/Elektra Records. Now, after time spent nurturing a husband and three children, she returns – independent and with an inspired new album, 11-11 Me.