Had a nice wake up email, the great vibraphonist Wolfgang Wilhelm Lackerschmid just released a fun single I played on with Cameron Brown and Ed Cherry, that was a fun band both on the band stand and in and out of the van,this single is available at Itunes 🙂
Savannah Jazz Festival with “The Presidents” Howard Paul Jody Espina, Ron Thomposn, Mark Peterson and Andres Forero
such a great festival and so much fun to hang with my brothers
|Sponsored by Lynn & Bruce Morgan
Saturday, August 9 at 8 p.m.
|When The Shirelles rang out their uncertain question in song: “…will you still love me tomorrow,” listeners around the world roared YES! The classic song, sung by a class act of ladies, was just one of many different Doo Wop, Rhythm & Blues and smooth uptown soul tunes they intoned into history.
The Shirelles, starring Beverly Lee, were the first major female vocal group of the rock era, defining the so-called “girl group” sound with their soft, sweet harmonies and yearning innocence. Their unprecedented success, with additional hits like “Dedicated To The One I Love,” “Tonight’s The Night,” “Mama Said,” “Soldier Boy,” “Foolish Little Girl,” and “Sha La La”– among 26 other mega hits – permanently influenced their immediate followers as well as future generations of female pop singers and songwriters.
Join in the aura of this Rock & Roll Hall of Fame music group, which continues to star Beverly Lee (a.k.a. “the keeper of the flame”), as it shares it’s trademark body of music and it’s energetic, classy, sassy and elegant sound – Spencer style!
New Recording with Jazz guitar great Howard Paul with Mark Peterson.
Howard Paul Mark Peterson and Karl Latham recently tracked for a new CD at in Firefly Studios, Warwick, NY. Jeremy Gillespie engineering.