Featuring Special Guests Jazz Singer / Keyboardist Aziza Miller & BET’s 'Sunday Best' Season One Winner Gospel Singer Crystal Aikin
Frank McComb, the former MoJazz and Columbia Records singer who is now among the most successful independent artists in Urban Adult/Contemporary Jazz, is on a hot streak in 2015 with SRO performances in Europe, South Africa and Australia all the way to New York’s legendary The Bitter End Club and Studio City in California where he just played for the first time at Sheila Escovedo’s new club, “The E Spot.” As McComb continues to prepare new material for Soulmate: Another Love Story
—his fall-slated first studio album in five years—he will be showcasing his latest 4-song teaser EP, Soulmate
, by bringing his unique hybrid of soul to Rams Head On Stage
in Annapolis, Maryland. The concert featuring special guests - gospel singer Crystal Aikin and jazz soul singer/keyboardist Aziza Miller, marks McComb’s first visit to the venue since being invited by the late George Duke to perform for its grand opening event on April 10, 2012.
“The list is long of great musicians that have played Rams Head,” McComb says of the 18 year-old club established in 1997. “It’s been long overdue for me to play here. Friends have been asking me to for years as it is one of their favorite places to experience live music. I’m looking forward to giving them a very special show.”
Joining Frank will be Crystal Aikin who is enjoying a surge in popularity thanks to being the top prize winner in Season One of BET’s gospel music program 'Sunday Best' blessing all with her song, “Even Me.” She will be doing her own set and, though she’s never met Frank before, plans to prepare one duet to make the night extra special.
Also on the bill is veteran singer/keyboardist Aziza Miller whose most recent single, “The Subway,” has proved a delightful new York-themed music video. Aziza (who under her birth name Linda Williams is the composer of her former employer Natalie Cole’s bossa soul classic, “La Costa”) brings a zesty presentation under the guise of her new moniker as a leader.
In other Frank McComb news, he just contributed his composition “Signature” to the upcoming CD You, Me and Forever
by contemporary jazz master saxophonist Najee, playing every instrument except sax (of course) and guitar. Come experience the multi-faceted magic of McComb—up close and personal—at Rams Head On Stage.THE FACTour - IN CONCERT
SUNDAY, JULY 19TH
DOORS OPEN – 7:30PM / SHOWTIME: 8:30PM
FRANK MCCOMB, AZIZA MILLER and CRYSTAL AIKIN
RAMS HEAD ON STAGE
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