Motown Mitch
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  • Detroit, MI
  • United States
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Where are you located?
Detroit, Michigan USA
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Jazz Club, Fan
Tell us a little about your background...
I embrace Gods Love and have ears for his teachings in Bible Prophecy. I have the rhythm for Smooth Jazz and eyes for New Developments in Construction Products and Architectural Residential Design. I enjoy meeting with my friends here on TJN and sharing the occasional glass of wine with dinner.

Smooth Jazz is a must-have. I enjoy Art Museums, Car Shows and shopping at IKEA. I love baking from Mom & Dad's recipes so let's have a little fun in the kitchen.

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What Are Some Of Your Favorite T.V. Shows?
HGTV Candice Olson of Divine Design, All Sports, Today Show, Rachael Ray, Sci-Fi, National Geographic, The History Channel.

What Schools Did You Attend?
Detroit Southwestern H.S. 1979
College For Creative Studies
Wayne County Community College
Henry Ford Community College

What Industry Do You Work In?
Residential Construction Management Field and Stadium Facility and Special Event Support

Who Are Your Favorite Artists/DJs:
Michale Franks, Will Downing, Fourplay, Esperanza Spalding, Chuck Loeb, Motown Moe, Joani Taylor, Fattburger, The Jones Girls, Joyce Cooling, Yellow Jackets, Rick Braun, Bona Fide, Nick Colionne, Michael Ward, Ananda Project, Eric Marienthal, Incognito, Maze, Lori Jenaire, Down to the Bone, Mindi Abair, Jessy J, Jeff Kashiwa,Gregg Karukas, Everette Harp, Boney James, Bona Fide, Toni Braxton, Richard Elliot, Art Porter,Norman Brown, Down to the Bone, Jeff Lorber, Boney James, Pieces of a Dream, Steely Dan, Alex Bugnon, Vertical Hold, Dancing Fantasy, Dave Koz, Brothers Johnson, Candy Dulfer, Brian Tarquin, Rod Williams, Diane Krall, David Benoit, Eric Darius, Euge Groove and 100's more.
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How did you hear about the Jazz Network? Please give full name of contact
Online Friends
What Instrument do you play?
Other
What is your website address? Only websites that pertain to your business and how you can be contacted.
http://www.myspace.com/motown10 http://www.facebook.com/MotownMitch

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At 5:00pm on July 5, 2010, Carolyn Harding said…
Hey Mitch,

I just got back from Detroit...I will let you know when I return there. I have been a few times in the past few months. Had the pleasure of singing at the Harbor House. I will try to post it on my page...Anyway I hope to get up with you in the "D" sometime soon. :)


Carolyn
At 8:55pm on June 25, 2010, Roses Honor Gustavsson said…
What's Up You?...........Its Midsummer
At 10:50am on May 25, 2010, Roses Honor Gustavsson said…
Its Springtime, and approaching Musical Festival Season now in GLASTONBURY "ISLE OF AVALON" Mitch, just passing on your page a Huggy Sensation
Roses

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At 12:27pm on December 22, 2009, Monica Chapman said…
Hi Mitch,

I found your lovely comment about my music and a beautiful card you sent me on my profile page. Thank you so much! I really enjoy your music as well!Its' got a great beat!Thanks for your interest and in looking me up on myspace as well. I would love to meet you someday.I thought you'd be happy to know that my debut CD "Heart's Desire" is enjoying worldwide exposure on great radio shows like Bob Birch, Shashona's Indie Showcase( who just recently interviewed me on www.indieshowcase.net),and a few others.

Seasons' Greetings to you as well and wishing you all the best life has to offer in the New Year!

A pleasure to know you,
Monica.
At 2:03am on December 11, 2009, Jaijai Jackson said…
Where you been? Wishing you a great holiday season.

Jaijai
At 11:15am on December 9, 2009, Brenda Lewis said…
Hi Mitch;
Greetings from across the border! Thanks so much for your sweet words about my music - I look forward to touring your area in 2010, too. There is a good chance that I will be returning to Farmington Hills (I'm involved with the Holocaust Center/Museum there) sometime next year, so am hoping to set up a gig or 2 surrounding that. If there are any contacts that you can suggest to me (private email), I'd sure appreciate it. Really funky mix you have on your page - the celtic one is particularly innovative (half-Irish, here :-). Warm regards; Brenda
At 11:57am on October 29, 2009, Tassili Bond said…
Please support my Kanye West remix with a vote. I really would appreciate it. Thanks!

At 12:59pm on April 8, 2009, Jaijai Jackson said…
Hey Mitch thanks for stopping by, your page looks fantastic!!! The music you hear is my 'talk music' from my radio show, its my signature music, when you hear it you know I'm not far behind. :-) A friend of mine just layed down a track, its not tune just some talk music....
I like it too!

Jaijai
At 2:33pm on February 26, 2009, Earl R. Johnson, Jr. said…
Thanks for the compliments!! I'm actually on Facebook (it's a bit cooler then MySpace.) Maaan- how can I get down on some (or ALL) of these festivals that you have listed here!?!? I really would love to be involved with these. Here's my contact info:
e-joint: erjmaestro@yahoo.com
celly: 310.245.5088
Hit me up when you can so we can discuss this further. Thanks, my Brotha'!!
ERJ
At 2:32am on January 6, 2009, Maria Howell said…
Hi Motown Mitch!

Hope all is well. Just sending some musical love your way.

Maria
 
 
 

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