18 Year Old Multi-Instrumentalist Matthew Whitaker
Set to Release Label Debut with Now Hear This
Though he’s still only 18 years old, multi-instrumentalist Matthew Whitaker has come a long way to get where he is today, overcoming adversity and dedicating countless hours to honing his craft. Now, with his declarative label debut Now Hear This, Whitaker announces himself as a major new voice on jazz piano, organ, and a wide range of keyboard instruments.
Pat Metheny and Christian McBride Join the Educational Venture “Reba To The Rescue”®
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Reba To The Rescue® is a layered learning enterprise aimed at helping to educate Pre K-K children. Kids can now have fun and learn at the same time. Reba to the Rescue® has an App, available in Apple and Android formats, and learning videos which are available in English and Spanish with a Japanese version to be introduced shortly. There is also a children’s apparel line being introduced, the first item of which is a T-shirt that is being very well received.
Trumpet Grrrl’s new album, “The Basement Tracks’,
released on world-wide distribution label,
Trumpet Grrrl is succeeding in her passion to spread love and good times through music. Musik and Film
United States of America
March 11, 2011 —
Trumpet Grrrl’s new album, “The Basement Tracks’, is now released on
world-wide distribution label, Cinderella Records. ” We find her music
unique and emotive, with her mix of jazz/rock”, says Cindy Houston,VP,
Musik and Film.
Trumpet Grrrl picked up trumpet at the age of 10 and began her training
classically. Through youth programs she was able to perform at Carnegie
Hall, with The National Symphony Orchestra and study under many great
artists. To continue, please click “MORE”!
ACCLAIMED MUSICAL PRODIGY GRACE KELLY
WINS 2011 ASCAP FOUNDATION YOUNG JAZZ COMPOSER AWARD
TO MAKE NPR JAZZSET DEBUT WITH
MARY LOU WILLIAMS WOMEN IN JAZZ FESTIVAL ALL-STAR QUINTET
DL Media is proud to announce acclaimed musical prodigy Grace Kelly has won a 2011 ASCAP Foundation Young Jazz Composer Award. Additionally, the saxophonist, vocalist, and composer will make her debut on NPR‘s nationally syndicated radio, JazzSet, in a segment featuring the Mary Lou Williams Women In Jazz Festival All-Star Quintet, consisting of: recent GRAMMY® Award winners, bassist Esperanza Spalding and vocalist Dee Dee Bridgewater; NAACP Image Award nominee, pianist Geri Allen; and drummer Terri Lyne Carrington.