I am very proud that the third single from the That’s Life CD continues to climb up charts over the last 10 weeks! Thank you to all the stations playing it worldwide!
You can listen and download on iTunes, Amazon and CDBaby!
We are excited about the new song on radio! It is the Remix of “Didn’t Wanna Do It” I co- wrote the song with Dwayne “Smitty” Smith and Nick Milo. The remix was done in Austria late last year by Stan Dart and mastered By Stephen Sherrard. We think it is VERY HIP! Listen to the remix and Vote!
CoffeeTalk JAZZ Magazine Spring 2016 LEGEND Jazz Interview
Greg Adams TRUMPET EXTRAORDINAIRE
For the last three decades, Grammy and Emmy nominated trumpet player Greg Adams has built his career as a musician from a backup horn player to a well-known powerhouse in the industry. Adams has recorded six solo albums, three albums with East Bay Soul, and fourteen albums as one of the founding members of the band, Tower of Power. As an arranger, he helped bring Tower of Power into one of the most recognizable and sought out bands in the country. In addition to his innumerable collaborations in the studio and on stage, Adams’ debut recording, “Hidden Agenda” placed number one on the Billboard charts and stayed there for over five weeks. Read the interview: CTJM_2016 Vol 1_GregAdams
THANK YOU SCULLER JAZZ CLUB, THE 26TH ANNUAL BERKS JAZZ AND BETHESDA BLUES AND JAZZ SUPPER CLUB!
Tom Bowes surprises us and sits in at the Bethesad Blues and Jazz Supper Club
Bouns Track –The sixth sequenced song from the full album East Bay Soul That’s Life CD. The Urban Remix by Stan Dart and Mastered by Stephen Sherrard takes the listener back to a cinematic urban city scape in much the way you would expect James Bond to follow chase. Listen and Download
As seen in the FALL 2015 Jazziz Magazine
On DISC Review
With East Bay Soul, in demand trumpeter and arranger Greg Adams continues the legacy of Tower of Power, the muscular funk R&B horn band with whom he waxed some classic recordings. Adams, who’s worked alongside marquee stars from Wilson Pickket and B. B. King to Mariah Cary and Madonna, convened EBS in 2009 for the outfit’s self-titled debut recording. The album did well enough for the trumpeter to put out a second volumn East Bay Soul 2.0, which he followed up with the new That’s Life (Ripa) Read More!