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Ryan Rocks It with Jeff Levine, legendary keyboardist.

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Ryan Rocks It Asbury Park Style is excited to annouce next special guest is good friend Jeff Levine Thursday evening July 14 TH at 5:30 PM.  To listen live call 213.943.35559 or go to www.blogtalkradio.com/ryan-rocks-it-asbury-park-style.  Jeff is the Proprietor of Organic Recordings at Organic Sound Studio located on Broadway in Long Branch, NJ.  Keybordist Jeff Levine has been playing professionally since the age of 13.  Jeff studied arranging/composing/piano and performance at Berklee College of Music. Jeff is an organist/pianist with a strong background in rhythm and blues.  Jeff has toured extensively with the Chambers Breothers, James Montgomery Band, Clarence Clemons, Bo Didley, Hall & Oats and Joe Cocker.

His diverse performing and recording credits also include:  Miark Anthony, Chuck Berry, Michael Bolton, John Fogerty, Whitney Houston, Al Jarreau, marilyn McCoo/Billy Davis Jr., Michael McDonald, Wilson Pickett, Pink, Bonnie Raitt, Martha Reeves & TheVandellas, Smokey Robinson, Carly Simon, Stevie Ray Vaughn and Grover Washington Jr. among many others.  He has created numerous arrangements for several artists and was commissioned to arrange a medley of Ray Charles music for the Grammy's Lifetime Achievement Awards Show honoring Ray Charles. 

Jeff has four facebook pages:  Organic Sounds, Oragnic Recordings, Little Help Tribute/Joe Cocker Bandmates and Solomon Hicks.  Jeff has been working with Solomon for several years now.  Check out Solomon Hicks, aka King Slomon Hicks forst solo debut album "Carring on the Torch of the Blues" featuring Southside Johnny from Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes and Jake Cemons (nephew of the legendary Clarence Clemons, solo artist and current sax player for Bruce Springsteen).  The album was produced by Jeff Levine.