Al Jarreau’s unique vocal style is one of the world’s most precious treasures. His innovative musical expressions have made him one of the most exciting and critically-acclaimed performers of our time with five Grammy Awards, scores of international music awards and popular accolades worldwide.
In 1977, Jarreau embarked on […]
Everette’s Harp’s popular 1997 tribute to Marvin Gaye’s 1971 watershed album What’s Going On combined the best of his two worlds, modern day contemporary jazz and the classic soul he grew up with. His newest release,”For the Love” strips away the diversions and focuses purely on Harp’s ability to convey powerful […]
Howard Hewett is one of the most talented soul singers of the past two decades.
Raised in Akron, Ohio, Hewett moved to Los Angeles and, after a period as a dancer on Soul Train, became a member of Shalamar, the centerpiece of Dick Griffey’s SOLAR (Sound of Los Angeles) label. His […]
Since arriving on the R&B music scene over 15 years ago via her sensual debut single “Love’s Taken Over,” Chante Moore has flourished into an accomplished female favorite. Billboard singles like “It’s Alright,” “This Time” and the top two smash “Chante’s Got a Man” helped put her name on a […]
After the success of his 2007 acclaimed album – A Mighty Love (on Shanachie Records), Phil Perry was voted Male Vocalist of the Year, in the Third Annual Readers Choice internet vote conducted by Soultracks.com.
However, Phil Perry not only distinguishes himself as a highly sought after studio and concert vocalist, through his unique jazz and […]