Norm Breest

Norm Breest

In Peter White's early years of backing up Basia and Al Stewart, sometimes he would break out the accordian and bring sounds that will compliment the song. On Danny Federic…
One of the jobs that violinist Jeff Gauthier had done during his career was performing in Star Trek movies and TV series. From his latest solo release called Mask, …
Rick Gallagher's debut CD Sweet Potato Eyebrows is a good mix of jazz standards and and originals that has a classy sound to it. Gallagher has a piano discipline t…
From her first release called Saxtress in 1996, Pamela Williams has been been on the brink of stardom. Her third release called Evolution will be the one to…
Keyboardist/Drummer Wolfgang Mitschke of Germany takes a contemporary approach to some of the masters of jazz on Sundance. Besides playing songs written by Charlie P…
Guitarist Mark Carter, who has been a side man in the Los Angeles area, has his first release out called It's About Time. For a first release, he has a winner here. …
After vocalist Steve Tyrell released his 1999 CD of standards called A New Standard on Atlantic, no one knew at that time that Tyrell would be the new standard for s…
Producer/Perfomer Brian Culbertson know how to find and nurish the newest artists in smooth jazz. He helped saxophonist Steve Cole become a household word in smooth jazz th…
If you are looking for quantity, Gonerville has it. It's features twenty tracks, with the longest being just less than five minutes. In quality though, Gonerville…
Foxy Music seems to be like 70's psychedelic fusion mixed in with a whole lot of today's sampling. Here the combination does not work. Each track seems to miss something th…