‘Straighten Up And Fly Right’: Classic Nat King Cole Track Latest From Jeff Goldblum And The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, Featuring Imelda May And Till Brönner

With his take on the 1943 Nat King Cole standard, ‘Straighten Up And Fly Right’, Jeff Goldblum And The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra have today released the latest track from their upcoming album, ‘The Capitol Studios Sessions’. The new single features vocals by Irish singer songwriter Imelda May, as well as German Jazz musician, Till Brönner on trumpet.

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Jeff Goldblum And The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra Release First Singles From Debut Jazz Album ‘The Capitol Studios Sessions’

Can you *realllly* call yourself a Jeff Goldblum fan if you haven’t until now also realised he’s a proficient jazz pianist and performer?

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tj groover – ‘SAMMIE I LIKE IT’

Pittsburgh based producer and DJ tj groover has been building up quite a reputation in his local area. His latest track, ‘SAMMIE I LIKE IT’ is an upbeat and high energy bounce bop, with a heart-beat paced rhythm.

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Punchline – ‘Friend From The Future’

Punchine, from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, are one of the most musically inventive pop-punk bands in America, and over their twenty year history they’ve kept their fans on their toes with their high energy and attitude, as well as accomplished songwriters. Their new song, ‘Friend From The Future’, comes their latest album ‘Lion’.

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The Hills and the Rivers – ‘The Fool’

Blood runs thicker than water in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania collective, The Hills And The Rivers.

Comprising four members of the Hill family, as well as four contributors to the 4th River Music Collective, The Hills And The Rivers have blended together roots, folk, and indie sounds with the common thread of keeping all the instrumentals organic and acoustic. Their latest single, ‘The Fool’, brings them to the world, alongside their authentically branded music video.

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Tasha Michelle Writes A ‘Letter of Appreciation’

Based in New York City, but originally from Pittsburgh, Tasha Michelle grew up with the sounds of Steely Dan, Stevie Wonder, and Richard Smallwood among others, from all genres of music.

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