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Todd Horton

Todd has performed and recorded with a diverse group of artists including The Spin Doctors, Buddy Miles, Ivan Neville, Winston Grennan, Adam Holzman, African Blue Note and Richard Bona. He was also a member of Ani Difranco's band and appears on her double live album "So Much Shouting, So Much Laughter," and "Evolve". His playing displays an introspective vulnerability, a poetic sense of space and an undeniably romantic lyricism. His writing stretches genre boundaries, establishing an exciting benchmark for the future in instrumental and experimental music.

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Studio A Sessions Begin This September!

Studio A Sessions Begin This September!

Todd Horton's Soulsearch Music with Ill Eagle Productions will present a series of special concert events, called “Studio A Sessions", once a month, beginning this September at Studio A Philly, located in South jny: Philadelphia. These events will be filmed and recorded for future broadcast. Each concert will feature an artist of exceptional talent and virtuosity. ...

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Label: Soulsearch Music
Released: 2012


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