New ADDs on Feb 13rd

"The King Is Here" by Norman Brown

From his The Highest Act Of Love CD to be released on Feb 22rd, 2019

“Song For Fina” by Gabriel Severn

Debut recording from a 14-year-old bass phenom who wrote this song which earned him a prestigious DownBeat Award. He began lessons at age 7, formed his first jazz fusion band at age 12, has won multiple awards, and has performed coast to coast at many notable music festivals including the 2018 & 2019 Berks Jazz Fest and the 2018 & 2019 NAMM Show. “Song For FIna” was produced by Chieli Minucci from Special EFX.

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New ADDs on Feb 6th

“Just Dance “ by Adam Hawley featuring Dave Koz on sax.

Adam graduated with a BA, MA & Doctorate of Musical Arts in Studio/Jazz guitar in 2006, 2008 & 2010 respectively from USC. He has performed and/or recorded with such artists as Lalah Hathaway, Jennifer Lopez, The Backstreet Boys, Natalie Cole, Larry Graham, Marc Anthony, Michael McDonald, Chick Corea, Pat Metheny, and a long list of who’s who in the Smooth Jazz genre before becoming a chart-topping solo artist himself.

“Blues For Jeff” by Paul Brown featuring Greg Vail on sax & Lee Thornburg on trumpets & horn arrangement.

Paul’s tribute to the late, great guitarist and friend Jeff Golub originally written for Golub under a different title. Unfortunately, Jeff never had the opportunity to record it. Paul admitted Jeff had a huge influence on him as an artist.

“Ride On A Rainbow” by Raul Midon.

Written by Midon and recorded with the Metropole Orkest (a multiple Grammy winning jazz and pop orchestra based in the Netherlands, the largest full-time ensemble of its kind in the world. A hybrid orchestra, it is a combination of jazz big band and symphony orchestra) conducted by Vince Mendoza.

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New ADDs on Jan 30th

“How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)” by Nick Colionne

A song written in 1964 by the Motown songwriting team of Holland–Dozier–Holland. It has been covered by many artists including Marvin Gaye (1964) and Junior Walker & the All Stars (1966). James Taylor's 1975 single has been the most successful remake of the song to date.

“Windfall” by Jazz Funk Soul.

Jazz Funk Soul is Jeff Lorber (keyboard), Everette Harp (sax) and Paul Jackson Jr. (guitar) who replaced Chuck Loeb who passed away in July 2017.

“You Better Know It” by Sorice (pronounced SOR-REESE) featuring flautist Ragan Whiteside

Sorice, a child prodigy born to a musical family whose grandfather was a major player in the big band era, and father was a recording artist and producer in the Disco era. Sorice found success on stage in musical theater before writing and releasing her first single “You Better Know It”.

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