Tuesday, September 21, 2021

MARSHALL CHARLOFF · EYE FOR JAZZ ·RADIO SINGLE·

Marshall Arts
Sept. 10, 2021

Singer, songwriter, Marshall Charloff, has been creating music since an early age. Currently, Marshall fronts the incredible Purple xPeRIeNCE - the greatest tribute to Prince in the world. Not only does he style the magic of Prince’s talent in an uncannily, unmatched fashion with his appearance, vocal imitation, and multi-instrumental capacity on guitar and piano, but Marshall also performs nationwide fronting world-class symphonies in most major cities in the US and Canada.

Recently, Marshall Charloff teamed up with the famous saxman Marcus Anderson in Raleigh, NC to perform with the North Carolina Symphony Orchestra. Marshall recorded with Prince on the album 94 East, (where Marshall plays both, keyboards and bass guitar and Prince is on lead vocals). Pepe Willie, who discovered Marshall, was also responsible for getting Prince’s career up and running.

In 2009, Marshall teamed up with Doctor Fink from Prince and the Revolution and Pepe Willie from the band 94 East to perform at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame benefit concert (On the same bill were Cheap Trick, Atlanta Rhythm Section, and the Georgia Satellites). In 2019, the Atlanta Rhythm Section brought Marshall in to play keys.

Marshall Charloff is a celebrated producer and recording artist. He produced, wrote and recorded for the Multi-Platinum and Grammy award winning Commodores. He produced, wrote, and recorded for Hall of Fame Inductee Little Anthony (Little Anthony and the Imperials). His skills paved the way for Marshmallow Fields: a 1990s production team consisting of Marshall, Grammy winner John Fields (The Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, and Switchfoot), and Steven “Funkytown” Greenberg, and their single charted on the Billboard Top 100 dance charts and is still in rotation amongst DJs around the country.

Charloff's new single “Eye For Jazz,” is an earworm instrumental track that combines all that’s cool about Smooth Jazz and neo-soul into one buoyant song with a hook that’s sure to get stuck in your head.

 

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