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Saxophonist Elan Trotman returns to Talking Smooth Jazz to discuss his new cd, Tropicality. Co-produced by Guitarist Peter White, who also joins us. Tropicality features Peter White, Jeff Lorber, Paul Brown, Nick Colionne, Terri Lynn Carrington, Nicholas Brancker, Lin Rountree and more. Tropicality is available at www.elantrotman.com
Join SC host Ron Jackson and co-host Aira as they chat with Caribbean saxman Elan Trotman about his career and new release Tropicality. Listeners can use our tool-free number(1-888-342-9919) to call in with questions or comments for Elan. Come on and enoy some great music and conversation!
Kim has that unusual balance of being intuitive and practical. Her professional background in the Civil Engineering field followed her mother’s footsteps. Her physicist father’s influence kept her grounded. The progression of her intuitive and spiritual career has grown over the years.
Spiritual and intuitive influences run on both sides of her family. Notably her grandmother’s near death and many other spiritual experiences formed the basis of Kim’s life long interest in the spiritual and paranormal. Her advice and encouragement helped Kim to appreciate, understand and develop her own gifts of seeing auras and spirits, feeling and interpreting energy.
Sax man Elan Trotman wows crowds whereever he goes. This has earned him 4 Top 25 singles thus far and no doubt there will be more to come. His latest release "Tropicality" takes Mr. Trotman back to his roots and he brings some incredible msucial friends along with him. We look forward to sharing the story of this jourmey. Join us for a Cool Jazz Conversation with saxophonist Elan Trotman Monday at 7 PM Eastern.
Do you want to start your own business? Are you stuck? Do you keep making excuses? Grab your coffee and join me as I sit down with Karla Trotman! We will chat about how to take the first steps.
Karla Trotman is a third generation entrepreneur. She is the owner and CEO of Babybutton Boutique an online store that specializes in the comfort and support of pre and postnatal women. She is a sought after speaker in the greater Philadelphia area. The amazing thing about Karla is that she started her business while working full time in her fathers business. Don't miss her story!
Saxophonist Elan Trotman, has quickly become one of contemporary jazz’s most thrilling and emotive performers, and continues to stand out and push boundaries as a composer, performer, and recording artist. So much so that he's becoming the go-to sax-man for smooth jazz artists like Peter White, Paul Brown, Keiko Matsui, Brian Simpson, Rick Braun, and a guest spot on the Dave Koz 2012 Cruise to Europe.
Trotman’s playing, though inspired by Grover Washington, Jr. and Kirk Whalum, among others, displays his own fresh ideas and distinctive tone. So much so that he's a 3-time winner of the New England Urban Music Award for Best Jazz Male, 2-time nominee for a Boston Music Award, and winner for Instrumentalist of the Year (Barbados) in 2011. Born and raised in Barbados, the native island of pop star Rihanna, and educated at the world-renowned Berklee College of Music in Boston, Trotman approaches jazz in his own way. Blending Caribbean rhythms from his roots with skillful horn textures, his playing is full of surprises. “I like to stretch out, take chances on my solos and on my records.” Inspiring and eminently listenable, Trotman’s music is never predictable.
It's so fabulous to tell you how AWESOME our friend, David. P. Stevens, is doing. Since his last visit on the show, he has played the Iridium in New York, on the Cap Jazz Cruise, toured Europe and completed a new album! Oh - and his website is now updated to reflect the ever-evolving direction of "Mr. Guitar" :-D
This amazing guitarist/vocalist/composer/producer is determined to keep taking us on journeys with his music. David is not content to let anything BE. He wants to stretch the canvas, find new paint, and then draw outside the lines - are you feeling me? Jazz and Soul and Funk and Romance and music that's older than him combined with the young that he IS - it's all in that juicy Hybrid that is his and his alone.
You may have known David when he recorded "Timeless" or "The Shedd" or his last CD called "Epiphany." THAT was a star-studded project (Geralds Albright, Veasley, Carol Riddick, Frank McComb, Elan Trotman!) And "Mr. Guitar" is blessed with names as well, including a fellow Philadelphian, Gail Jhonson!
Let's celebrate the new layer of success that this bright and refreshing talent is just about to experience - "Mr. Guitar" will drop on 8/5/2014. We'll hear tracks from it and talk to David about how it came together - as well as the upcoming gigs where you can see his artistry POP!
We might just have another guest on Tuesday's show - "The Soulful Nerd", Kenny Wesley! Kenny has had some truly astounding success in the Washington, D.C. area and beyond. He's got a hot song on the charts with our friend, Mycah Chevalier, and he will also be in the house this Saturday - at the Christian de Mesones celebration at K2! Funny how our guests keep tying together, huh? That's the beauty of HYBRID :)
Guitarist/ Producer, David P. Stevens is quickly becoming a recognized name in contemporary jazz! With 3 albums to his credit, “Timeless”, “The Shedd”, and “Epiphany”, David is blazing trails, and captivating audiences world wide!
David returns with a new release Mr. Guitar, featuring artists such as Elan Trotman, Jeanette Harris, Gail Jhonson, Andrew Neu, and famed neo-soul artist Jaguar Wright! Expect a blend of Jazz, R and B, soul, gospel, rock and dance to be the prevalent influences that make up David’s youthful and exciting new project!
Kim Trotman~CHT Kim Trotman is a psychic and is certified in Hypnotherapy and past life regressions (trained with Brian Weiss), Uncovering abduction memories, Intuitive counseling (strong insight in the interpretation of relationship energy), Meduimship, Aura reading, Reiki, Energy healing and Chakra balancing. Kim has that unusual balance of being intuitive and practical. Her professional background in the Civil Engineering field followed her mother’s footsteps. Her physicist father’s influence kept her grounded. The progression of her intuitive and spiritual career grown over the last 10 years. Spiritual and intuitive influences run on both sides of her family. Notably her grandmother’s near death and many other spiritual experiences formed the basis of Kim’s life long interest in the spiritual and paranormal. Her advice and encouragement helped Kim appreciate, understand and develop her own gifts of seeing auras and spirits, etc. Kim has been a guest lecturer at Chapman University and works with individuals and groups to pass on her knowledge.
"I want to help people understand and demystify the unknown factors in their life or lives and Relationships." - Kim Trotman Contact Kim for personal readings at: 2400 West Coast Hwy, Suite 7, Newport Beach, CA. (866) 546-8768http://www.kimtrotman.com
Host: Charlie Spice
Guests: Colin Daniel, Maureen Smith, Leon Henry
Join Colin Daniel today on the Speak Your Mind talk show as he shares opinions on the downgrading of Barbados by Moodys and the resignation of the Minister Of Finance and the Governor of the Central Bank.
Speak Your Mind facilitates open, uncensored and unbiased discussions on issues related to Business, Religion, Society, Sports, Health, Tourism and Politics.
Listeners worldwide are invited join the discssion to share their views, opinions, complaints and concerns.
This show is only for persons who are NOT afraid to speak their minds.
Music: "Tradewinds" track by Elan Trotman and Jonathan Butler.
February 18 - Jazz Saxophonist/Composer/Educator - Elan TrotmanGrowing up in Barbados, Elan remembers hearing calypsos, reggae and local music in his early days. Blending Caribbean rhythms from his roots with skillful horn textures, his playing is full of surprises. Elan has recorded and performed with such notables as Roberta Flack, Kirk Whalum, Brian McKnight, Johnny Gill, Tony Terry, Nathan East, Najee, Don Grusin, Peter Gammons and Bronson Arroyo to name a few.Elan states, “I don’t want to limit myself to the usual format. I stretch out, take chances, and add an edge to my solos. I enjoy the genre and the concept but I also break some of the rules because that’s how I play live, bringing all of my different influences into the music.”