JERMAINE LOCKHART: Back To The Sunshine (SoulMusic Records/Warner X)

Jermaine Lockhart
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“Jermaine Lockhart is an artist that comes along every once in a while. When you hear him play, it’s something very striking – so that the next time you hear him, you’ll know that there is something very familiar about his sound. His new single release, “Back To The Sunshine” is a great introduction to what I’ve been speaking about – check it out”.
GEORGE BENSON

SoulMusic Records in association with Platinum Garage Recordings is very proud to present Jermaine's brand new single, the vibrant and memorable "Back To The Sunshine," co-written by Jermaine with award-winning music man Preston Glass who produced the track.

Cleveland, Ohio-born Jermaine Lockhart (who currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona) has performed in a range of different musical genres including gospel,straight-ahead jazz and R&B . His versatility has won him respect from audiences and fellow performers alike and Jermaine (who counts John Coltrane, Dexter Gordon, Woody Shaw and Thelonius Monk among those musicians who have inspired him) has shared the stage with the likes of Earl Klugh, The Crusaders, Stanley Turrentine, Roy Ayers, Jeff Lorber, Angela Bofill, Pieces of a Dream, and Bob James among others.

With his infectious and upbeat 2020 digital single, Jermaine is truly ready to bring sunshine, joy and some truly soulful playing to global music audiences!  Distributed by X5/Warners 

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CREDITS:

“BACK TO THE SUNSHINE”
Written by Preston Glass & Jermaine Lockhart

Saxophone: Jermaine Lockhart
Keyboards, Bass, Guitar, Drums & String Arrangement: Preston Glass
Background Vocals: Jacnique Nina & Jermaine Lockhart
Recorded, Mixed and Mastered at “the hang” studio, Los Angeles, Ca.
Engineers: Preston Glass & Kent Rayburn

PRODUCED BY PRESTON GLASS
Executive Producers: David Nathan & Preston Glass
Consulting Executive: George Benson
Management & Creative Direction: Nathan Sturdivant

 

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