PRESTON GLASS: I Don't Need A Dancefloor (Stepper's Remix) (Platinum Garage Recordings/SoulMusic Records-Digital/Warner X)

Preston Glass 2021 Single

Released June 25, 2021, "I Don't Need A Dancefloor" from music maestro Preston Glass is a surefire groove mover, a preview of of tracks from Preston's upcoming "Cycle Of Chills" album.

With an 'A' list of credits as a producer and songwriter that includes such artists as Aretha Franklin, George Benson, Earth Wind & Fire, Diana Ross, Dionne Warwick, Natalie Cole, Kenny G., The Spinners, Teddy Pendergrass, Peabo Bryson, Regina Belle, Phyllis Hyman and dozens more, in recent years, Preston has created a catalog of albums as an artist in his own right. Through his Platinum Garage Recordings, in association with SoulMusic Records Digital, Preston has released albums on Larry Graham, Maurice White, Lenny Williams and The Stylistics among others. 

With a 'Stepper's Remix' by UK remix producer Nigel Lowis, "I Don't Need A Dancefloor" is the perfect summer record...'whether you’re movin’ in your car or in your easy chair - really doesn’t matter, could be anywhere...' 





Produced by Preston Glass, ‘Stepper’s’ remix co- produced by Nigel Lowis

All vocals by Preston Glass

Written by Preston Glass

Published by Platinum Garage (BMI)




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