Dr. Goodfoot” is one of those tracks that is just as fun to play as it is to listen to. I'm so glad the palpable energy we felt in the studio translated to the finished recording. I knew we were doing something right when I couldn't help but dance while playing this. Partially inspired by Grover Washington Jr.’s “Mister Magic,” this track should be accessible to all those who enjoy a funky groove and an upbeat mood.
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"So Naturally" is a song I wrote that is meant to just feel right. The groove, the melody and the production sounds are meant to convey pure bliss. This tune is laid back and very smooth, perfect for a drive up the coast with the top down. Some might hear a nod to the blissful groove of George Benson on his album Breezin'.…
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My first album, First Impressions is a dynamic blend of smooth jazz and soulful-funk. The track "No More Goodbyes" is one that stands out to me with its enchanting, smooth melody and relaxing saxophone throughout. The arrangement of the song is captivating, yet the soothing sax lines are quite simple and my aim is to provide the listener with a sense of tranquility. You can stream the track here and download the album in its…Continue
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Greetings Everyone! I wanted to talk a little about one of my songs “Sax on the Beach” from my album "First Impressions." I feel like it is one of those songs that makes you just want to get up and dance when you hear it. I love to play it at my shows! If you haven’t heard it yet, you should head on over to sound cloud and check it out! Also make sure to share it with your friends! While you are checking out “Sax on the Beach” also head on over to my other songs and listen to them as well.…Continue
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During my experience as a musician, I have had the pleasure of collaborating with many different artists and bands, all of us making beautiful music together. Some of these artists have gone off and done extraordinary things with their musical career, and some have stayed more low-key, keeping a local fan base.
One outstanding artist that I had an opportunity of working with was Geoff McBride. If any of you are fans of ‘The Voice’ then this name should ring a bell. After his…
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So, my next album is wrapping up and I can’t be more excited. Putting the finishing touches on it feels great, and I can’t wait for you guys to hear it.
Last week I shot some photos for the album’s artwork. It was hot hot HOT out there, but I think the pictures turned out really well. Then I headed to Newark, New Jersey to record my last song for it. Overall, I’d say it has a little bit of something for every body. We took it up a notch!
Now you all…Continue
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Dr. Hulon Crayton will be opening for Michael Bolton at the Marina Civic Center Tuesday night.
That concert begins at 7:30 p.m.
Dr. Crayton will be playing his original songs with the “On Call Band”.
Last year, Dr. Crayton released his album, “First Impressions”, which his own written songs.
Tuesday morning, Dr. Crayton stopped by the News 13 studios to play some of his music.…Continue
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Entrepreneur by day and sax player by night, Hulon, is a philanthropist with a successful medical practice that currently lives the jazz life in Panama City, Florida. A long-standing…Continue
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