June 30, 2009 HornDrivenRadio.com Tony Adamo's New Strokeland Release Tony Adamo’s New Strokeland Records Release Fred E. Harris, Los Angeles, CA The soul funk artistry of Strokeland recording art…

June 30, 2009 HornDrivenRadio.com
Tony Adamo's New Strokeland Release

Tony Adamo’s New Strokeland Records Release
Fred E. Harris, Los Angeles, CA


The soul funk artistry of Strokeland recording artist Tony Adamo is about to hit the radio airwaves in the form of a previous hit song written by Tower of Power (TOP) co-founders Stephen “Doc” Kupka and Emilio Castillo. TOP members, Doc Kupka, Tom Politzer and returning member Mic Gillette add their funky horns to this cover song, another funk pop hit to be.


In keepin’ his ear to the street, guitarist/producer Jerry Stucker added R&B/Soul -legend drummer, James Gadson (Bill Withers, Herbie Hancock and Quincy Jones),The funked-out organist Neil Larson (Gregg Allman, B.B. King, Whitney Houston), and the soulful playing of Reggie McBride on bass (Stevie Wonder, Al Jarreau, Keb’Mo’).

Jim Santella of L.A. JAZZ SCENE MAGAZINE digs Adamo’s strong original style and says, “He sings with the bold character of a man who knows how to entertain, recalling pop singers Tom Jones, David Clayton-Thomas and Brook Benton, as well as jazz singers Al Jarreau and Mark Murphy.” With Tony Adamo’s smooth funk vocals, the triple threat of TOP horns and the rhythm section applying pressure to the groove, this song will be the sound of the summer.

HornDrivenRadio.com will be the first U.S. radio station to break this new MP3, “This Time it’s Real.”

Yes that's right, we will be running this first. We will make an announcement when this song will hit the rotation.

For more information on Tony Adamo, please visit Tony at www.myspace.com/tonyrocadamo

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