The Producer's Corner with Spud Too Tight Discusses Production/Engineering and Guitar Dynamics with Two-Time Grammy Award Winning Producer/Jazz Guitarist Paul Brown


Sign in to view read count
Minneapolis, MN - One of the hottest and most unique celebrity driven radio platforms to hear some of Billboard's chart topping music producers, composers, arrangers and engineers discuss their production techniques and preferences, influences, music instruments, their craft, state of the art recording equipment and upcoming projects is The Producer's Corner with Spud Too Tight

Music Producer/Composer Spud Too Tight is also prolific and gifted on keyboards, guitar/bass, drum programming, engineering and is an avid Logic Pro 8 and MacBook Pro user. He has been in the game for 20 years composing and producing that 'It Factor" music for indie artists, released Pop/R&B music on iTunes, PSA's for some of Hollywood's Icons, tracks for radio and television commercials, Smooth Jazz FM, the award winning Solid Gold Soul formerly on ABC radio and theme music for a national docudrama with a member from the Sounds of Blackness. His latest smooth jazz composition “Spud's New Zone" is the feature song played on his website and an appetizer for his winter CD release. Spud Too Tight is one of the “Go To" music producers for that edgy defined sound, and unequivocally shares his knowledge about Logic Pro 8. He has a four year Publishing/Administration deal with one of the industry's leading companies in North America, Missing Link Music.

The Producer's Corner with Spud Too Tight has that non-stop approach to interviewing some of the music industry's phenomenons.

About Music Producer/Jazz Guitarist Paul Brown

Born and raised in L.A. to parents who were professional singers for legends like Mel Torme (as part of The Meltones), Frank Sinatra, Elvis and Barbra Streisand, Brown started playing drums at age five and picked up his first guitar two years later. A self-proclaimed Deadhead who was also fond of The Beatles and later, Peter Gabriel, Brown jokes that he was always starting, playing in or breaking up a band. He launched his production career unofficially with his first gig as an assistant engineer when he was 15, finding an immediate affinity for an environment that quickly became home when he returned to L.A. after studying music and math at the University of Oregon. In addition to GRAMMY wins as producer and engineer for Norman Brown's Just Chillin' and helming hits for instrumental and vocal stars like Kirk Whalum, Larry Carlton and Patti Austin, Brown--known by some as “The Babyface of Smooth Jazz" achieved a lifelong dream when he produced tracks for George Benson, his chief jazz guitar influence. Read more about this dynamic and multi-talented gift to the music industry at: paulbrownjazz.com and his latest outstanding CD Foreign Exchange with Marc Antoine

This story appears courtesy of entertainmentPR.
Copyright © 2020. All rights reserved.

Visit Website

For interview requests or more information contact .

Post a comment


Shop Amazon

Jazz News

All About Jazz needs your support

All About Jazz & Jazz Near You were built to promote jazz music: both recorded and live events. We rely primarily on venues, festivals and musicians to promote their events through our platform. With club closures, shelter in place and an uncertain future, we've pivoted our platform to collect, promote and broadcast livestream concerts to support our jazz musician friends. This is a significant but neccesary effort that will help musicians now, and in the future. You can help offset the cost of this essential undertaking by making a donation today. In return, we'll deliver an ad-free experience (which includes hiding the bottom right video ad). Thank you.

Get more of a good thing

Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories and includes your local jazz events calendar.