Nick Colionne


Guitarist and vocalist Nick Colionne continues his blazing success into 2012-13. BET Jazz has described him as one of the most exceptional performers to come along in a long time. His latest CD FEEL THE HEAT marks his debut on the prestigious Trippin n Rhythm label, and takes his unique combination of jazz, funk, R&B, blues and soul to new heights. Long known for his dynamic, musically eclectic “live” performances, FEEL THE HEAT demonstrates his dynamic command of the guitar, rich baritone vocals and varied music styles, all of which make this latest CD a reflection of why he is a true force when performing in concert. His long string of Top 10 hits from his six previous CDs is a testament to his musical talent… FEEL THE HEAT has already added two more to that list. Facebook

Robert Lee Balderrama Revue

The Coast Radio features renowned musician Robert Lee Revue new single entitled "Happy & Go Lucky."



Robert "Bobby"Lee Balderrama, born in Texas, grew up in Saginaw, Michigan, was the guitarist for the band Question Mark & the Mysterians when they wrote their hit song 96 Tears.

With the new release of their second full-length CD of original material entitled City of Smooth Jazz, Bobby and his crack band of musicians that form The Robert Lee Revue have created a musical tapestry that is their most original and imaginative work yet, brimming with nuance, texture, and passion, part from strong artistry & musicianship. One of the most apparent advances centers upon the refined tonal technique of Bobby Balderrama, which possesses a strong synthesis between the passionate attack of Carlos Santana and the melodic fluidity of George Benson. Robert Lee Balderrama also has formed a Smooth Jazz group "Robert Lee Revue" with 2 albums released . first album titled "For the Love of Smooth Jazz", 2010 and "City of Smooth Jazz"  featured Happy Go Lucky from their City of Smooth Jazz cd. We love it! Listen now and get your copy today!

Shakatak


Shakatak is an English jazz-funk band, founded in 1980's with members:  Jill Saward, Bill Sharpe, Roger Odell, and George Anderson. As of March, "Once Upon A Time" is now available from Amazon and iTunes. For this special, one-off project Shakatak Once Upon A Time" now available from Amazon and iTunes.

Shakatak scored a number of chart entries, including two Top 10 hits in the UK Singles Chart, "Night Birds" (1982) and "Down on the Street" (1984), plus a further 12 entries in the Guinness Book of British Hit Singles.[2] The group are still active and popular throughout the world, particularly in Japan and the Far East, and generally produce a new album every two years on JVC Records. From their first release in August 1980, (the Bill Sharpe composition "Steppin'" on the Polydor record label), and their first album, Drivin' Hard, the band's singles and albums have entered the charts regularly.   Read More 

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Joyce Cooling


Joyce Cooling, a jazz guitarist, vocalist and songwriter, has recorded seven albums - five of which charted on Billboard magazine.

She has to her credit two No. 1 singles, six Top-10 and 13 charting radio 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 Joe Henderson, Stan Getz, Mark Murphy, Al Jarreau, and Charlie Byrd among other luminaries. The Christmas Song, with Lee Ritenour, and her original single, It’s Feeling Like Christmas, complete her discography.

Andrew Neu



ANDREW NEU Everything Happens For A Reason CGN Records

Fast-rising sax great Andrew Neu launches his strongest ever collection of compelling contemporary jazz performances with his new release EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON, featuring an all-star list of guest artists. Listen to this line-up: Rick Braun, Brian Bromberg, Bobby Caldwell, Jeff Lorber, Steve Oliver, and Tom Schuman! Brian Bromberg produced nine of the eleven songs here, with Steve Oliver handling the other two. Andrew’s playing is fresh, dynamic, and downright addictive, as he covers a broad range of musical styles and vibes on this project, from a cinematic orchestral accompaniment to Bobby Caldwell’s engaging vocal on “What Would I Do” to the Latin-tinged at his finest with his newest release “Night of the Mojito”  To my ear, Andrew Neu’s EVERYTHING HAPPENS FOR A REASON will be his breakout album. It’s got all the ingredients in place – strong songs, world-class brilliant musicianship, exceptional production… this is a monster of a hit! ~SCOTT O'Brein

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