Tag Archives: R&B

Richard Elliot – a Tower of Power unto himself

When you have “horn play for Tower of Power” on your resume, it gives you lots of street creed in the world of Funk and Smooth Jazz. And when you see Richard Elliot play, he lives up to expectations created … Continue reading

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Boney James – Dishing Up Some Phat Smooth Jazz!

Boney James is one of smooth jazz’s most successful saxophonists, and deservedly so. He is a prolific writer and is on fire whether in the studio or on stage. Just look at the facts, to date nine of his studio … Continue reading

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NYC Smooth Jazz Gem Alert!

Recently artist/photographer Tear-n-Tan caught a group we wrote about a while back called the Dangling Success on a hot sweaty night at a club on NYC’s upper west side called P&G’s Bar & Grill. Tear-n-Tan sent us a video she … Continue reading

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Euge Groove – Smooth Jazz’s Huge Sound

Steven Eugene Grove (born November 27, 1962), better known as Euge Groove, is an American smooth jazz saxophonist with a strong Top-40 background. He has been one of the best-selling contemporary jazz artists of the past decade, scoring eight Top … Continue reading

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R&R is Smooth Jazz

Richard Elliot and Rick Braun have combined their talents and produced an awe inspiring CD titled, well, R&R. This CD is compelling for a few reasons, but most notably it is because it delivers a smooth groove that is still … Continue reading

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Eric Darius – Mr. Excitement

  This artist is one of the most exciting new artists to hit the scene. He has energy, excitement, passion and, most of all, groove. His name is Eric Darius. But before you read on, watch this performance … it … Continue reading

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Grover Washington Jr. – Godfather of Smooth Jazz

Even musical movement has a beginning and in the beginning of smooth Jazz there was a saxophonist named Grover Washington, Jr. Ironically is was being drafted into the Army that gave him entre into NYC’s echelon of music makers. He … Continue reading

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