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PETER WHITE BRINGS HIS ACOUSTIC GUITAR SOUNDS TO SOME RETRO POP CLASSICS WITH THE NEW CD "PLAYIN’ FAVORITES" FOR COLUMBIA/LEGACY - IN STORES JUNE 27, 2006


NEW YORK, NY - June 12, 2006 -- Over the past 16 years, as Peter White has kept thousands of smooth jazz fans worldwide enthralled by his spirited melodies, soulf

Los Angeles, CA / March 9, 2006

Rendezvous Entertainment recording artist Tom Braxton is set to release "Let’s Stay Together" from his fifth CD, Bounce, on March 13, 2006.

Invitingly sexy, this Al Green classic combines old-school vibes with Braxton’s smoothly seamless sax work. Smooth jazz bassist and former NBA great, Wayman Tisdale, proclaims, "I love that sweet sound he gets on the horn."

Produced by Wayman Tisdale, Bounce was

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PAUL SERRATO

Excursions Generates a Groundswell of Enthusiasm

Upcoming Interview on The Album Hour Scheduled March 16

NEW YORK / March 2, 2006

Released in 2005 by the NYC Graffiti Productions indie label, Excursions by Paul Serrato

Music can ignite the imagination and stir the soul. It’s a powerful, yet an intimate muse. Delicate harmonies, dancing melodies and enticing rhythms gently intertwine in vivid pictures of spontaneous memories. You find yourself drifting away, as you surrender to the essence of the moment.

This is the story of the musical journey of Close Up by pianist Patrizia Scascitelli. She takes you Close Up with passio

New York is a hotbed of jazz talent in the United States. From historical Birdland to the Knitting Factory downtown, music blossoms from every corner of this vast and glorious city. It is the place where musicians are made, fortunes are spent and dreams are revealed. If New York could whisper, she’d have many secret melodies and rhymes to tell.

After a short battle with her own health, jazz artist Laura Dreyer decided to bring a few of her friends together for

With the release of Art of Intimacy on June 7, 2005, Veronica Martell is finally poised to bring her exquisite vocal stylings to American mainstream audiences - confirming what international audiences have known for years - Martell is ". . . a great voice that instantly catches you and keeps you beside the loud speakers," as declared by Jyllands-Posten (Denmark’s largest newspaper).

Though she grew up listening to the pop music of the 70’s and 8

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