Saturday, February 28, 2015

Friday, February 27, 2015

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Monday, February 23, 2015

Tony Adamo And The New York Crew" hits the streets June/2015

"Tony Adamo And The New York Crew" hits the streets June/2015 on Urbanzone Records. Produced by legendary drummer Mike Clark.
PR by Jim Eigo/Jazz Promo Services

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Tony Adamo JB

JB the first Track. Lyrics by Tony Adamo Produced By Mike Clark/
Vocal Hip Spoken Word Tony Adamo.
Drums Mike Clark.
Trumpet/Trombone Tim Ouimette.
Bari/Alto Tenor Sax Bill Harris.
Bass Richie Goods.
Organ Delbert Bump.

Tony Adamo Mike Clark

Nu Cd Out June 2015/ PR By Jim Eigo/Jazz Promo Services
Tony Roc Adamo

Friday, February 20, 2015

Belive It... Live It... Art By Adamo

Jazzcorner says my PR post's are unprofessional. What's wrong with this post?

Jazzcorner says my PR post's are unprofessional. What's wrong with this post?

Tony Adamo Artist/ Mike Clark Music Producer/ Lenny White Does The Mix
Strokeland Records jazz artist Tony Adamo has completed the recording of his new un-named CD at Raw Recording, Paterson, NY. Legendary drummer, Mike Clark, is producing again as he did on Adamo's last release, MILES OF BLU. Tim Ouimette did all of the music arranging. The mighty hip players are: Mike Clark, Lenny White, Michael Wolff, Tim Ouimette, Donald Harrison, Richie Goods, Bill Summers, and Jean C. Santalis. The iconic drummer, Lenny White, from Return to Forever, did the mix for Tony Adamo's Nu-music at Mozart Recording, Clifton, NJ. Adamo's new release will hit the streets in early 2015.
A Double Left Hook PR Gig/ New York City

Tony Adamo PR

Mp3' of the CD Miles of Blu/MOB Tony Adamo

Mp3' of the CD Miles of Blu/MOB.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Tony Adamo And The Groove Masters

Nu Jazz Vocal Hip Spoken Word Artist Tony Adamo
Tony Adamo has not released his 2015 CD yet.But his music producer Mike Clark is already recording music for Adamo's CD release for 2016. Clark will be over seeing the nu recording project at Trading Eights Recording in NJ on the 18th of February/2015. The groove masters are. Mike LeDonne/Organ,Jack Wilkins/Guitar, Tim Ouimette/ Music Arranging and Mike Clark/ Drums. Tony Adamo And The New York Crew CD will be out June 2015. Jim Eigo of Jazz Promo Services will do the PR. Legendary drummer Mike Clark has produced Adamo's last three CD's.Tony Adamo is on Urbanzonerecords.

Monday, February 16, 2015

"Card Players' Souls In My Pocket"/ Song By Tony Adamo

Tony Adamo's music producer legendary drummer Mike Clark. Is in studio this week with Mike Ledonne and Jack Wilkins layin in down music tracks for Adamo's 2016 Cd. One of the songs is titled "Card Players' Souls In My Pocket"

Tony Adamo Beyond The Swingin' Groove

Beyond The Swingin' Groove
Mike LeDonne organ/ Will be in studio with my music producer legendary drummer Mike Clark on the 18th of this month along with Jack Wilkins on guitar.
Winner: 2012 Rising Star – Organ
Mike LeDonne, Downbeat Rising Star Award, Organ

Saturday, February 14, 2015

Tony Adamo & Drummer Mike Clark

Pitts Gambino PR
Tony Adamo and his music producer drummer Mike Clark are working' on Adamo's nu Cd for 2016. Clark brings in Mike LeDonne organ and Jack Wilkins guitar to Trading Eights Recording Studio,NJ on 2/18/15. This will be the third Cd Clark has produced for Adamo.
MIKE CLARK gained worldwide recognition as one of America’s foremost jazz and funk drummers while playing with Herbie Hancock’s group in the early 1970’s. Mike became known as a major innovator through his incisive playing on Hancock’s Thrust album, which garnered him an international cult following. Mike LeDonne has had the unique experience of playing with an unusually wide spectrum of jazz masters. His many years as a professional have included playing all over the world with everyone from old masters like Benny Goodman and Roy Eldridge to Be Bop masters like Sonny Rollins, Milt Jackson, Benny Golson and Art Farmer, to modern masters like Bobby Hutcherson and George Coleman. These are just a few of the great’s Mike has apprenticed with. Though Jack Wilkins' fretboard prowess is on par with such celebrated contemporaries as Pat Martino and Larry Coryell, the 65-year-old guitarist has been flying under the radar since the release of his debut record, 1973's Windows on the Mainstream label. A one-time member of Buddy Rich's working septet of the early '70s and accompanist to a bevy of great jazz singers over the years, from Sarah Vaughan, Chris Connor and Jay Clayton to Morgana King, Nancy Harrow and Amy London, Wilkins remains highly regarded in guitar circles.

"Tony Adamo has essentially created a new genre: "HipSpokenWord." His inventions are certainly hip and relevant; they are mostly spoken, though occasionally sung; and the words are extremely powerful and relevant. With the assistance of Producer Mike Clark, one of the most renowned Jazz/Funk drummers to ever wield sticks, Tony has concocted a topical masterpiece in "Miles of Blu." Random Act Records

2/14/15/"America Are We Free". On the Steve Edwards Soul Show on 91.5 The Source - KUNV. Black History Month.

A mighty super soul thanks to Steve Edwards for playin' my cut "America Are We Free". On the Steve Edwards Soul Show on 91.5 The Source - KUNV. Black History Month.

Internet AD For DownTempo Latin Lounge/Art By Adamo

Internet Ad For JackHammer/Art By Adamo

Saturday, February 7, 2015

Tony Adamo will release a remixed version of the Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby"

Tony Adamo will release a remixed version of the Beatles' "Eleanor Rigby." Tony Adamo first recorded the cover of "Eleanor Rigby" in 2011 on Urbanzone Records. Legendary drummer Mike Clark on drums
"In addition to writing really appealing originals, what Adamo does to the Beatles’ “Eleanor Rigby” is remarkable. He makes a statement. There are other covers here that he does quite well (Richard Torrance’s “Rio De Janiero Blue” and The Temptations’ “The Way You Do The Things You Do” are two), but this one deserves a standing ovation."Ronald Jackson/The Smoothjazz Radio Show

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Tony Adamo/ MOB

 Tony Adamo reaches into the pre-rap turf of Gil Scott-Heron here with this seductive too-short flash memoir about how he discovered jazz and its legendary envelope-pushers—Dizzy Gillespie, Charles Mingus, Thelonius Monk, John Coltrane, Miles Davis. There’s energy and honor and wonder in Adamo’s words, especially in the fluid alliterative syncopated way the words reflect the inspiration that jazz gave him—as an artist, as a human being. Complementing his nimble vocals are former Herbie Hancock drummer Mike Clark and guitarist Steve Homan, both of whose equally homage-ist beats and licks, respectively, are clean but entirely their own.
Devon Jackson has written about music and film for a variety of publications--from Entertainment Weekly and The Village Voice to Rolling Stone and Details. He is also the author of Conspiranoia! and currently the editor of Santa Fean magazine.…/Tony…/MilesOfBlu/MilesOfBlu.htm