One Sheet for Tony Adamo's "What is Hip"

URBANZONE RECORDS/STROKELAND ARTIST

Singer/Songwriter, TONY ADAMO and his new CD release

WHAT IS HIP

“It quickly becomes apparent that in the gray area between jazz, R&B and soul, Tony Adamo is one of the top voices.”

Scott Yanow, Author of the Jazz Singers

 

 


Musician Line up:

Vocal/Hip spoken word

  • Tony Adamo

Drums

  • Steve Gadd
  • James Gadson
  • Mike Clark

Percussion

  • Bill Summers
  • Kenneth Nash
  • Robert Quintana

Bass

  • Reggie McBride
  • Richie Goods
  • Jerry Stucker
  • Freddie Washington
  • John Costalupes

Trumpet/Trombone

  • Mic Gillette
  • Henry Hung

Trumpet

  • Eddie Henderson

Sax

  • Tom Politzer
  • Skip Mesquite
  • Melecio Magdaluyo

Bari Sax

  • Stephen “Doc” Kupka

Organ/Piano

  • Neil Larsen

Piano

  • Rodney Franklin

Guitar

  • GlackByrd McKnight
  • Jerry Stucker

Back Ground Vocals

  • Sandy Griffith
  • Tony Adamo

 

Radio Airplay Consideration:

  • Cold Duck Time (Groove Online)
  • What is Hip
  • Eleanor Rigby
  • Love Don’t Get
  • Ecstasy
  • Rio De Janeiro Blue

 

Tony Adamo co-wrote seven songs on WHAT IS HIP with his producer, Jerry Stucker.  Jerry Stucker is the musical producer for the WHAT IS HIP CD.  Tony Adamo is executive producer.

 

Adamo’s website:
http://www.strokeland.com/StrokelandJazz/TonyAdamo/WhatIsHip/WhatIs...

 

Adamo’s music review page:
http://jazztimes.com/community/profiles/17915-tony-adamo

 

Adamo’s CDBaby Page:
http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/tonyadamo3

 

Tony Adamo’s music is distributed by Strokeland Records, owned by Tower of Power’s “Doc” Kupka: www.strokelandrecords.com

 

 

 

 

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