Greg Adams and East Bay Soul News

New East Bay Soul Kickstarter Campaign A Double Vision – Two New CDS By Grammy and Emmy Nominated Trumpeter and Arranger Greg Adams

Click the Kickstarter link to become part of something exciting, make a pledge, tell friends what you are doing and let’s make some music history together!

Greg Adams and East Bay Soul Kickstarter Link

For Immediate Release: May 15, 2017 – Los Angeles, CA. East Bay Soul  The Jazz Funk R&B 10 piece band of musicians that’s been making music and touring together since 2008 are poised to launch their third Kickstarter campaign. With two successful all-or-nothing crowd funding projects that produced the highly acclaimed 2015 That’s Life CD and the 2012 East Bay Soul 2.0 CD that solidified the band’s infectious sound are set to go back in the studio.  Read more on how you can become involved!

New Kickstarter Campaign Coming Soon- Stay Tuned!

The creative juices are starting to flow for a new East Bay Soul CD. We are looking to go back in the studio later this year for the fourth studio album and plan to also record an EP of Christmas songs. Our Sweet Soul Christmas shows are a favorite of ours! You have asked us to record a Christmas CD, so here we go!

We have had two successful Kickstarter campaigns to fund East Bay Soul 2.0 and East Bay Soul That’s Life. These are not easy to do, but the reward is amazing! Not only do we get to create new music, we get to build life long relationships with you and truly become friends. We hope that you will come along with us again, help us spread the word and build on the True Funk Soldier Nation!


New Tour Dates Added! Check out the show page

“Get Smart” Deeper Remix

The New Single ” Get Smart” Bonus Track Remix Available for Downloads!
Digiitally distrubuted on CD Baby, Amazon and iTunes

Get Smart” sweeping arrangement evokes the timeless backdrop of your favorite detective show. The sleuth always get his man or woman! Here the remix by Stephen Sherrard enhances the echoes and delays of Greg Adams signature muted trumpet. The sound of Dwayne “Smitty” Smith’s bass doubles up 1octave to bring a deeper funk bottom to the entire track. The East Bay Soul Horn Section is featured in a 5 part ensemble harmonizing the melody toward the end of the song is real
sneaky.  Check it out!