Tony Adamo's Blog – April 2009 Archive (2)

Tony Adamo's Soul Funk Session/Strokeland Records

Tony Adamo’s Soul Funk Session/Strokeland Records

Fred E. Harris

Los Angeles, CA





Matt Boudreau’s Broken Radio recording Studio, San Francisco, California was the perfect sound back drop for the soul funk artistry of singer-songwriter Tony Adamo’s smooth funk vocals and Jerry Stucker’s in the pocket production of a new cover for a Tower of Power (TOP) hit tune. The funky knockin’ song covered by Strokeland Record artist, Tony Adamo was written by Tower of Power… Continue

Added by Tony Adamo on April 25, 2009 at 11:30pm — No Comments

Tony Adamo at Broken Radio recording

Up coming recording date with: Stephen "Doc" Kupka, Bari Sax, Tom E. Politzer, Lead Tenor Sax and Mic Gillette,Trumpet & Trombone. Singer-songwriter, Tony Adamo will be rerecording the lead vocals for this Tower of Power hit song written by "Doc" Kupka and Emilio Castillo with a new horn arrangement by Mic Gillette. Jerry Stucker will be producing for this song. This song is a new funk pop hit to be. Stay tuned.www.strokeland.com

Added by Tony Adamo on April 18, 2009 at 11:04am — No Comments

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