Tony Adamo Records with Funk Legends


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tony Adamo Records with Funk Legends By Urbanzone Productions

Tony Adamo, soul-jazz singer/songwriter will be in San Francisco’s Different Fur Recording Studio in late February with funk legends, Paul Jackson on bass and Mike Clark on drums. They will be recording an original song by Adamo/Stucker produced by Jerry Stucker. Paul Jackson is one of the baddest funk bass players of all time. Paul has long been associated with Herbie Hancock’s super jazz funk band, Herbie Hancock and the Headhunters. He has been nominated for three Grammy’s and currently tours with the Headhunters. Mike Clark, also of Herbie Hancock and the Headhunters, has created the most influential funk drumming in the world and currently tours with the Headhunters.

Get ready, the funk is gonna fly when Paul Jackson, Mike Clark and Fred Wesley (James Brown, JB-Horns) hit the stage for an original Soul-Jazz Funk Legend Show at the famed Boom, Boom Room, in San Francisco, CA on February 25, 26.

Get hip to Jackson’s new CD to be released in April 2005 (Back Door Records) entitled, FUNK ON A STICK featuring San Francisco Bay Area vocalist Tony Adamo. Paul Jackson and Mike Clark also record with the Headhunters on Basin Street Records, New Orleans, LA. Watch for Adamo’s new soul-jazz CD scheduled to hit the streets in the summer of 2005. For more information on Tony Adamo go to www.jazznow.com

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