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Trombone musician Chenitha Reddick returns with new single

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Chenitha Reddick is a Trombone Player with 30 years of experience from Albany, GA. Her influences are Helen Jones Woods (International Sweethearts of Rhythm 1940s), Melba Liston, Delfeayo Marsalis, Trombone Shorty, Jeff Bradshaw, and Fred Wesley. She was awarded a Band Scholarship to attend Morris Brown College in 1999. Graduated Magna Cum Laude from Morris Brown College with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education in 2003 while being a part of the Morris Brown College Marching Wolverine Band. Chenitha participated as a musician on board the Norwegian Star Cruise Ship and movies, such as 'Drumline the Movie’. Chenitha came out with her first single entitled “80’s Baby” August of 2021. It has been topping the charts ever since. This is a feel good 80's R&B inspired, Smooth Jazz track that you can listen to with your soul mate, gazing in their eyes and slow dancing the night away. The single was done by Chenitha Reddick on trombone along with her friends. It was produced by Christopher Irvin, Kari Epps is on vocals, John "JSaxx" Watkins is on sax, Nate Myers, IV is on sax, and Keith White is on trumpet.



Credits: OutKast, Anderson .Paak, Rick Ross, Cardi B, Lil Jon, Drumline, Cobra Kai, KB Players, Urban One Honors, Christiani Porter, Orchestra Noir


Currently she is participating in various Atlanta Bands and loves to support her fellow musician friends, artists, and DJ’s.

Current Bands-The Main Attraction, Hi Definition Party Band, Session 9, The Red Sample, Groove Masters Brass Band, The Southernplayalistics, Eclectic Roots Ensemble, New Vision Christian Church Music Ministry, Atlanta Trombone Choir, The Alain Emmanuel Band, ROBSJ Band, African American Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra Noir, The After Party Experience, The Block Party Experience

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