Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Rob Silverman Duets On "Drumology" & Jack Spann Tells Us About "Jesus Of New Orleans"

Arriving early next month through Autumn Hill Records is the latest studio release titled "Drumology" from iconic drummer Rob Silverman. The album is a dream come true for Silverman, as he duets (on drums) with some of his favorite drummers, including Gregg Bissonette (Ringo Starr), Steve Smith (Journey) and John Blackwell (Prince) just to name a few. Silverman starts out his new seven-track release teaming up with Simon Phillips (The Who) on "Brave New World," which explodes with energy and excitement. Next, Silverman and John Blackwell join forces on the funk/jazz flow of "Drum Duet In Minor C," while up-and-coming drummer Casey Adams adds even more punch to the progressive rock approach of "Inferno." Steve Smith and Rob Silverman join forces for the worldly feel of "Konnakol," which adds more depth to the high-powered drumming force that these two towers of power deliver on this song. Rob Silverman closes out his new album with the solid pounding drumming duet with Gregg Bissonette on the opening minutes of "Ten Times Ten," which then softens to smooth jazz finish, along with the exciting collaboration of Silverman and Dave Weckl (Chick Corea) on the rock piece "Waverunners." To find out more about Rob Silverman and his latest release "Drumology," please visit autumnhillrecords.com.

Piano man, Jack Spann also recently released a new two-song EP titled "Jesus Of New Orleans." Spann was one of the few collaborators on David Bowie's final album "Blackstar." Producer Tony Visconti hired Spann on his reputation as on of the in-demand session keyboard players in New York City for the last two decades. Spann's new release "Jesus Of New Orleans" features a nine-minute dance-mix which allows you to fully enjoy the experimental side of Jack Spann's music. Listening to this track, you can tell why he was hired to help out on some of David Bowie's music, as Spann is not afraid to push the boundaries of music, combining elements of rock, jazz, pop, and R&B to create unique, one-of-a-kind sound. The edited version of the song gets right to the point with its composed energy. To find out more about this latest release from Jack Spann, please visit http://www.jackspann.com/jesus-of-new-orleans.

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