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Heshima Moja



Heshima Moja,   has moved audiences around the world with his soulful voice, fiery bass licks, and unforgettable songs and compositions. Heavily influenced by Jazz, Afro-Cuban Rumba, Hip-Hop and R&B, he has been touching audiences with his brand of World Soul.
Throughout his impressive career, Heshima has composed music for Nickelodeon, PBS, and various films throughout Latin America, and has released two C.D.’s, The Awakening(2005) and Round and Round (2011), which still remain in heavy rotation throughout Europe and Asia. Heshima has also worked with many Grammy-award-winning producers, and has recorded and shared the stage with some of the greatest names in the music industry including R&B legends Patti Labelle, Hi-Five, and Mary J. Blige; Latin music superstars La India, Paoili Mejias, Grammy-winning Latin Jazz trombonist and composer William Cepeda; Jazz icons Arturo O’Farrill, Avery Sharpe,  Onaje Allan Gumbs, and James Carter, as well as Hip Hop Pioneers Quest Love of the Roots and Guru.  http://iamheshima.com

Joyce Cooling


Joyce Cooling

Joyce has recorded seven albums - five of which charted on Billboard. She has to her credit two #1 radio singles, six top 10 and thirteen charting singles in all, and has garnered multiple music awards including the Gibson Best Jazz Guitarist of the Year and Best New Talent in the Jazziz Reader’s Poll. She was a nominee for the California Music Awards, the Oasis Awards and the Gavin Contemporary Jazz Artist of the Year. 
Cooling has performed with such jazz giants as Joe Henderson, Stan Getz, and Charlie Byrd. Her top-10 single, “Mm Mm Good,” featuring Al Jarreau; and Christmas holiday tracks, “The Christmas Song,” with Lee Ritenour and her original single, “It’s Feeling Like Christmas,” have pushed Cooling to new heights of popularity while showcasing her musical versatility. Joyce Cooling is an international attraction at major jazz festivals around the world.

Joel Del Rosario

“His clean, polished guitar playing is in itself a force of nature” Kyrby Raine (Ink 19)
With a music career spanning over two decades, guitarist and songwriter, Joel Del Rosario has just about touched every genre of music from: Classical, Jazz, Hip Hop, and Southern Gospel. Classically trained in Viola, Joel studied, performed, as second chair in the San Francisco School of the Arts Orchestra. Though winning several competitions with the renowned SOTA orchestra, he felt the pull to venture into the world of jazz, which began his love affair with the genre, and would later envelop a majority of his music career.

His passion for the guitar however was born from tragedy. Experiencing the loss of his mother through breast cancer at 11, he sought solace and peace through playing guitar. It was during those quiet moments in the dark: contemplating, practicing and developing an intimate relationship with his instrument that the budding guitarist developed his own guitar voice.
Through the mentorship of Robyn Kazmarcyk, (and later Elroy Jones who taught guitar virtuoso Stanley Jordan) Joel went on to pursue jazz fully and later received the Stan Getz Jazz Scholarship to attend the prestigious Stanford University Jazz camp during high school. Empowered by these positive experiences, he has gone on to work, write music for, and or co-write music for various artists and record labels





Brian Simpson






He is the most celebrated keyboardist in Contemporary Jazz. From his travels to many exotic places inspired from his work. Comes his style the beauty and vibes of his keys. He sets the mood with his  cd entitled "Persuasion."  Buy Brian Simpson music  on amazon.com 

Nick Colionne


When it comes to music here is his one of his  finest "Influences" new release by Nick Colionne."  Colionne, is named Humanitarian of the year at the American Smooth Jazz Awards. Nick was also named Best Live Performer at the Jazztrax Catalina Jazz Festival 2013.  With his Jazz, Funk and,  Urban Contemporary Style. More on Nick Colionne's Music




Monty Alexander

Monty Alexander is always in high demand.  In a career spanning five decades, pianist Monty Alexander has built a reputation exploring and bridging the worlds of American jazz, popular song, and the music of his native Jamaica, finding in each a sincere spirit of musical expression. In the process, he has performed and recorded with artists from every corner of the musical universe and entertainment world: Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Ray Brown, Dizzy Gillespie, Sonny Rollins, Clark Terry, Quincy Jones, Ernest Ranglin, Barbara Hendricks, Bill Cosby, Bobby McFerrin, Sly Dunbar, and Robbie Shakespeare, among others.

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Al Jarreau


  It has sadden me we lost another great talent. 


The seven-time Grammy winner established himself as a jazz legend with a career spanning nearly 50 years. He was known for his smooth voice that glided easily from baritones to tenor, scatting and be-bopping all the way. Along with greats like Herbie Hancock, George Benson, George Duke, Nancy Wilson, Bobbi Humphrey, Patrice Rushen, Pat Metheney, and others. Your music will live forever and we love you! RIP

Earl Klugh


 Earl Klugh has recorded over 30 albums including 23 Top Ten charting records—five of them No. 1—on Billboard’s Jazz Album chart. With 2008’s The Spice of Life, Klugh earned his 12th career Grammy nomination—his second nomination and release on the independent Koch label. HANDPICKED IS GRAMMY-WINNING MASTER GUITARIST EARL KLUGH'S MOST PERSONAL AND PROFOUND RECORDING TO DATE.

Each spring, Klugh hosts a special Weekend of Jazz featuring jazz legends and greats at the Five-Star Broadmoor Hotel & Resort in Colorado Springs.

Jazz greats including Ramsey Lewis, Patti Austin, Chuck Mangione, Bob James, Joe Sample, Chris Botti, Roberta Flack, and Arturo Sandoval have all performed at the annual event set in foot of the Colorado Rockies. In November 2010, Klugh brought the 'Weekend of Jazz' to Kiawah Island Golf Resort in South Carolina.

Isaiah Williams III


 Isaiah Williams lll from the west coast and east coast with his New Debut Cd For 2014 Straight From The Heart by Isaiah Williams lll old school new smooth NU JAZZ sound fifth time around and moving On from his Later cd Weathering the Storm ,Colors and Things,Coming Out Of The Rain and Time Ep under inetjazzmuzik records getting better and smooth .!!!!! thought Provoking ,Chillaxing And my Two New Singles Step Above and Love You. Enjoy the Grooves!
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Bernard Rose

Bernard was born in Orangeburg, SC and has lived in Hinesville, GA for the past 21 years. He is a school teacher by trade and an extraordinarily gifted saxophonist who plays from his soul!

Bernard has developed a unique style of his own. Growing up some of his favorite artist and groups included Quincy Jones, John Coltrane, Bobbi Humphrey, Patrice Rushen, Roy Ayers, George Duke, Weather Report, Spyro Gyra, Earth, Wind, and Fire and others. These artist inspired his interest in jazz, smooth jazz, and jazz fusion. His list of influences has grown greatly since childhood to include saxophonist such as Dave Koz, Warren Hill, Kim Waters, Jeff Kashiwa, Everette Harp, and others.

 Known for his smooth silky style, Bernard's playing and sound has gained great favor and appeal over a wide variety of audiences and people. Over the years, he has played at church, performed at banquets, weddings, workshops, retirement ceremonies, concerts, charity and other special events.  Reverbnation