Jazz Singers wanted to do NEW material by
Playbar has the Torch ballad "An Jonine"
Great vehicle for a Baritone Crooner.
SINATRA/ JOHNNY HARTMAN
FREDDIE COLE/ TONY BENNETT
The BEST from the past.
Forget the JAZZ Standards ... or at least give them a hiatus temporarily.
We seek up and comers looking for NEW challenges. Could that be you?
A Non-Performers DILEMMA
How the music world has missed these Chicago natives is a mystery. Poor timing, bad submission choices, lack of professional guidance - you name it, and Oh yeah - they don't perform! They have written original Jazz songs that could fit into that ... huge gap of NEW Jazz Standard material which has been going downhill since the early 70's. All they need are the RIGHT Singers for their material.
FREE Sheet music sent on request.
Other styles include:
Pop, Blues & Ballads
Chasing the American Songbook
DISC JOCKEYS have played a few of their tunes. They were instrumentals.
Were they in a rotation, we'll never know.
Their songs have been performed live in Chicago and San Francisco.
But, the realities of the business have not went their way. They do not "push" their songs with an in your face attitude. The promises and maybe's never worked out. Bad timing on submissions never helped either. You have to have some luck in this business.
(Maybe, together we can change this?)
Make your next recording COUNT!
If you are tired of rehashing the old Jazz Standards and running out
of your own material - try something DIFFERENT.
Add one of our songs to your next recording or LIVE performance.
We'll send FREE LEAD SHEETS w/ MP3 SAMPLE.
These are SONG DEMOS done with music software.
CLIFFORD'S CHANT http://newjazzvocals.webs.com/cliffordschant.htm
DON'T EVER LEAVE ME http://newjazzvocals.webs.com/donteverleaveme.htm
(It's a) WACKO WORLD http://newjazzvocals.webs.com/itsawackoworld.htm
if you're interested in performing or recording any music on this site,
Please CONTACT: Jimmy Scalise @ [email protected]
Note from CY GREEN:
After losing my co-writer and at my age, I have no choice but to offer the ARTIST a percentage in the SONG upfront. This would be negotiable.
Here's a great JAZZ RESOURCE: http://jazzlist.net