It feels like I was there for the inspiration, but better yet, maybe it's better I wasn't,if you know what I mean, and I know you do. Bad-ass music as always. Keep It up and Let's have some more aural candy."
"Hey T.L. I just put one of my tunes on this site thanks to M. Coston's help. I rearranged and re-titled this piece in honor of my experience with Eboni. I wanted to call it Memphis Soul Stool but it was already taken. >:-) Hope you enjoy!"
"Hello and Happy Day! Have a great day! Don’t take the fun out of it! How should I be promoting?????
I need your help! I am networking and promoting DeMorris'’s CD my husband has played with many groups. Such as The Deele, The…"
I remember seeing your name on Diana Ross' album, The Boss. Man, what a solid groove on the title track and especially Love Hangover: grooving, indeed. Thanks for the lesson on how to hold it down!! Glad you're still on the planet…"
I am a musician who happens to play drums. I am also a songwriter and programmer of MIDI-based music. I have worked with Little Richard, Nancy Wilson, Chi-Lites, B.B. King, Michael Hill's Blues Mob, Richard Street's Temptations, Cyndi Lauper, Ashford & Simpson, Special EFX and The Boys Choir Of Harlem. I currently work with Soul Legend/Rock & Roll Inductee Sam (Sam & Dave) Moore.
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Hey T.L. I just put one of my tunes on this site thanks to M. Coston's help. I rearranged and re-titled this piece in honor of my experience with Eboni. I wanted to call it Memphis Soul Stool but it was already taken. >:-) Hope you enjoy!
Hello and Happy Day! Have a great day! Don’t take the fun out of it! How should I be promoting?????
I need your help! I am networking and promoting DeMorris'’s CD my husband has played with many groups. Such as The Deele, The Bar-kays, RJ's latest arrival, ZZ Hill, Natalie Cole, Manchild, Ebony Rhythm, Funk Campaign, Below Zero, and Klass. He also did tunes for a few Ernest movies, so I hope you are diverse and open minded. Networking is hard work even for those that have made it in the business in the past and want to go solo. Your comments will be helpful. Keep smiling!
Take a moment to join our cause, listen, and let me know what you think.
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"As the sun sets tonight, you and this day will forever shine in my heart! "
Burning Candle Entertainment, “Our Flame Never Goes Out!”
DeMorris & Candace Smith
Hey Friend, Keep a smile on your face and make it a great day! I will hold your smile in my heart, and spread some love today. Hugs, love, and music.
I found your name and profile on the JazzNetwork and I learned about your passion of jazz. I'm not a musician, but enjoy listening to jazz, joining concerts and writing about jazz in my daily Keep swinging blog in which I love to share my passion for good music. If you love to share your passion with my readers, please let me know. Contact me. Hope you like my pictures posted at my online photo site and on my members site
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The Jazz Network is exactly what the title suggests, a place where you get to mix and mingle with those who have not only an appreciation for Jazz but a forum to hear new up and coming artists as well. I've hooked up with so many of my old friends that I've lost contact with over the years here and it's been a great place to meet folk, appreciate good music and Musicianship. What an incredible idea!!
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