Gavin Christopher is an R&B singer and musician born in Chicago, Illinois where he started out playing music at a very early age. Having been schooled by the likes of Oscar Brown Jr., Donny Hathaway and later on Curtis Mayfield, he honed his writing and singing skills and began his career, first in a band called Lyfe (which also included Chaka Khan).
If you think you've made up your mind about jazz, hold your verdict because the jury's still out. Dayna Lynn is redefining this art form for the 21st century by bridging the gap between generations: she is introducing some and reacquainting others to scat singing. Forget the hackneyed and melodramatic shoo bee doos and dwee bops that you may be accustomed to.
Bandleader, Vocal, Harmonica, Percussion, Author
Chicago Beau (L Beauchamp), was born on the south-side of Chicago on 13 February 1949, into a house of music. The recordings of Dinah Washington, Coleman Hawkins, Miles Davis, Billy Holiday, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald and others inundated his senses from the beginning.
“Eliel” Sherman Storey a musician dedicated to the concept of those that create African-American art must take the responsibility to produce, define and preserve it. His passionate belief has inspired him to become a recording engineer under the jurisdiction of his company Transition East LLC., a recording studio and performance space located in Chicago Il.
Chicago guitarist backed famous blues and jazz musicians (in an era when the two groups notoriously failed to get along) including a long membership during the avant-garde days of the Miles Davis group, Chuck Berry, Billy Stewart, Fontella Bass, Etta James, the Soul Stirrers, Jerry Butler, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, and Herbie Hancock.