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The New "Sunshower" Single From Airborne Will Chase The Clouds Away

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“Sunshower,” the new single from the contemporary jazz group Airborne, embeds the beauty of nature into an amazing and smooth grooving tune that will shine a light of delight to any listener’s ear, mind and body.

A sunshower is a meteorological phenomenon in which rain falls while the sun is shining. These conditions often lead to the appearance of a rainbow.

This feel good theme of “Sunshower” opens up as a sky with raindrops that groove a heartfelt beat as the haunting wind of the soprano sax colors a rainbow through the clouds with a wondrous joy streaming through the warm rays of sunlight of the other instruments and vocals to create a cool atmosphere of music that is truly Airborne.

“Sunshower” is the first single from the soon to be released Silver Skies 25th anniversary CD by the Airborne band. Silver Skies includes a wide range of all new compositions filled with their joyful trademark sound of island passion and urban emotion. Airborne has produced a signature variation of musical conditions to specifically and remarkably chase the clouds away. Jump on board the Airborne experience in 2013 with the 25th anniversary Silver Skies CD on Tilt Records.

This story appears courtesy of Cheryl Hughey Promotions.
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