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Charmay

Charmay is siren/writer of sexy jazz / rock and electronic pop/ chill. Charmay recordings often feature Grammy soloists. Charmay has recorded two jazz-rock EP’s available on ITunes. “All Star Jazz Compilation: Muggy Sunday (feat David Sanborn)” and “I Love You (feat Richie Cannata).” Charmay recently recorded a ew EP of electronic pop/ chill with Mr Lab ( protege of Missy Elliot) titled “Sweet (feat Eddie Ojeda)” which will be available this fall 2018. Charmay has performed at renowned venues like The Stone Pony, The Knitting Factory, The Bitter End, Rockwood Music Hall, Secret Lounge, Pianos, NY.

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Howard Johnson and Gravity: Testimony

Read "Testimony" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Those who see the tuba as a sluggish, unwieldy instrument capable only of rounding out a musical composition in the lower register may have to rethink that appraisal after listening to Testimony, in which multi-instrumentalist and tuba master Howard Johnson ushers no less than half a dozen tubas and rhythm through their paces in a session ...

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Lou Volpe: Remembering Ol' Blue Eyes

Read "Remembering Ol' Blue Eyes" reviewed by Edward Blanco

The year 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of Frank Sinatra's birth (December 12th 1915) and as expected, there have been many tributes to the Chairman of the Board but perhaps, none as unique as the instrumental homage by guitarist Lou Volpe on the splendid Remembering Ol' Blue Eyes: (Songs of Sinatra). Why? Because Volpe's finger-picking lyrical ...

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Lou Volpe: Remembering Ol' Blue Eyes

Read "Remembering Ol' Blue Eyes" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Ol' Blue Eyes, of course, is the late Frank Sinatra, arguably the greatest interpreter of popular American music who ever lived. Guitarist Lou Volpe (who doesn't sing) remembers Sinatra on this entertaining assortment of thirteen tunes associated with the Chairman of the Board (and leader of the Rat Pack) plus a special tribute, “Europa," which closes ...

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Gerard D'Angelo: Who's Kidding Who?

Read "Gerard D'Angelo: Who's Kidding Who?" reviewed by DanMichael Reyes

The old adage about those who can do and those who can't teach doesn't fit nicely into any music tradition. If this fallacy were to hold true, then it would be best for music history books to write off Joseph Haydn for taking on pupils--Beethoven being one of the more famous ones. That old idiom penned ...

Bob Baldwin: Betcha By Golly Wow - The Music of Thom Bell

Read "Bob Baldwin: Betcha By Golly Wow - The Music of Thom Bell" reviewed by Jeff Winbush

Bob BaldwinBetcha By Golly Wow: The Songs Of Thom BelleOne2012New urban jazz keyboardist Bob Baldwin disdains the “smooth jazz" moniker, but that doesn't necessarily mean he isn't familiar with the conventions of the genre. He's got ideas that don't have a thing to do with cranking out infinite ...


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