New single release "222 South" from Erich Cawalla - http://www.erichcawalla.com/

Erich Cawalla is an extremely versatile and accomplished Singer/Saxophonist. His performance style invokes a classic swinging yet contemporary R&B sound mixing some of his biggest influences including Smokey Robinson, David Sanborn, Chet Baker, Bobby Caldwell, Frankie Valli, and John Pizzarelli, to name a few.  You might also know Erich as lead saxophonist of The Uptown Band.
 
2017 is poised to be a breakout year for Cawalla as he is releasing his debut Solo Contemporary Jazz instrumental "222 South" (Boom! Camp Records), named after his hometown highway in Reading, PA. Featured musicians on this release include legendary Drummer with Pieces of a Dream Curtis Harmon, Cawalla's Producer and The Three Degrees' Musical Director Bennie Sims on Bass, Cliff Starkey on Piano, Forrest Brown on Guitar, and Jimmy "Fingers' Towles on Rhodes Piano. "222 South" will fit right into your Smooth Jazz library alongside the likes of Eric Marienthal, Nick Colionne, and Eric Darius.  

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