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Cal Harris Jr
Mike Murray

Cal Harris Jr. returns with his long awaited 3rd Release “Soulful”. This collection of emotionally captivating instrumentals speaks volumes without saying a word. His first album on the Innervision Records label includes the #1 hits “Soulful” and “Timeline.” The record features guest performances by Jeff Lorber (keys), Ted Belledin (sax), Mel Brown (bass), and Innervision label mate Blake Aaron (guitar).

 Smooth Jazz, Chill Composer, musician and producer Mike Murray's, piano skills were first sewn as a young man during summers on an old upright piano at a summer camp but he lacked focus. Years later he landed a spot with a local high school funk band as a drummer but before musical seeds could take root, the time came to turn the page to the next chapters in life.  

Kim Scott
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Free To Be

Kim Scott has performed on the stages of Blues Alley, Seabreeze Jazz Festival, Greater Hartford Festival of Jazz, Catalina Jazz Traxx and more as a soloist. She is also a member of the all-female jazz supergroup Jazz in Pink, alongside other musicians such as keyboardist Gail Jhonson and violinist Karen Briggs, and has shared the stage with them across the country.


 R&B-jazz saxophonist Dante’ caught himself drifting and after some soul searching, realized that his joy would be found in music as a recording artist. He assembled an experience crew of proven producers, songwriters and musicians to help him craft “Mint,” his debut album that drops October 4.

Dante’ is a Berklee College of Music graduate who was featured on rapper J. Cole’s 2011 heralded first album, “Cole World: The Sideline Story.” As an entrepreneur, he created Dante’ Neck Straps, handcrafted performance straps used by sax stars Dave Koz, Paul Taylor, Jackiem Joyner, Marcus Anderson, Walter Beasley, Mike Phillips, Joe Lavano and others. There were other successful business ventures outside of music that Dante’ spearheaded, but his spirit wasn’t fulfilled. After introspection, he felt that what would satiate his artistic expression would be making records as an artist.

 Nicholas Cole (“Blending the incredible jazz gospel vibe of Jonathan Butler and Kirk Whalum and the melodic and funk sensibilities of Brian Culbertson with a dynamic and innovative keyboard style all his own, Goldsboro, North Carolina native Nicholas Cole helps usher in the next generation of contemporary urban jazz artists with his compelling independently released debut album A Journey of One. 

Frank Sutton is a exhilarating and dynamic keyboardist /multi Instrumentalist, being hailed by PR Artist Magazine as "Brilliant, Remarkably Gifted, and Stimulating". With Influences like George Duke and Jeff Lorber, to Chic Corea and Herbie Hancock,  

 Frank is perpetually perfecting his unique smooth jazz sound with his band "The Frank Sutton Experience". 


Billboard Magazine kicked off 2004 with a cover story on re-emergence of the soul music movement, noting that new artists are making their presence felt. Enter Pete Belasco with Deeper. Lush and seductive, Deeper plumbs the retro-feel of classic, sexy R&B grooves while staying contemporary. Fans of Belasco are slavishly devoted to Get It Together, his 1997 debut album. Get It Together was described by Jazziz Magazine as “brilliant R&B, Blues and Jazz fusion” and by Hits Magazine as containing “slow R&B grooves (that) promise to seduce you into a bed not made since Marvin Gaye’s ‘Let’s Get It On’.” Deeper has already sparked interest in the UK, where the album reached the …1 position on Jazz FM.