David Slone, Smooth Guitar "For Love Alone"

David’s debut album on Creative Soul Jazz is “For Love Alone”, and features great songs like the Larry Carlton title tune, as well as Jeff Beck’s “Cause We’ve Ended As Lovers”, Sting’s “It’s Probably Me”, and original songs from David and producer Eric Copeland.

After years of playing locally, and as featured guitarist for several churches in the area, David decided it was time to make an album of music that he could pass down to his own children. So he collaborated with longtime friend and producer Eric Copeland, also from Lexington, but now working fulltime producing in Nashville, TN.

For more about David, check out DavidSloneGuitar.com

Ronny Smith, A New Voice in Jazz Guitar

The landscape in contemporary jazz continues to shift, but a great player will always rise to the top. Ronny Smith's newest release on Creative Soul Jazz, "Can't Stop Now", is a tour de force of strong songwriting, undeniable grooves, and of course, sterling musicianship. Ronny provides the guitar grooves and licks as well as some keyboards as well. The rest of the band is provided by Player A, the Creative Soul Jazz super group of the top jazz players in Nashville.

With a new single ready to drop on the contemporary jazz charts, and a smoking new set of tracks, Ronny is ready to let the world know about his guitar, and his music.

Find out more about Ronnie and his music at RonnySmith.com

Introducing, Kerensa Gray

Enter the Bliss of an extraordinary new vocalist. The name is Kerensa Gray, and voice is unforgettable.

At once Ella, Etta, and Aretha, Kerensa brings power, guts, and groove to her jazzy sound. Her new album "Bliss", produced by Creative Soul Jazz President Eric Copeland, is a strong outing featuring jazz standards, as well as originals by Kerensa herself, and Copeland.

For more on this new voice in jazz, check out http://www.KerensaGray.com

Player A "Creative Weekend" in Alpharetta, GA

Nashville Session super group Player A brought their unique Creative Weekend to Vinebranch Church in Alpharetta, Georgia last week. Consisting of a day of seminars with church players, a concert featuring both Player, and opened by the Vinebranch Band, as well as Player A serving as Worship band for Sunday services. It was a big hit for all involved. for more information on Player A, go to http://www.PlayerAJazz.com