DulceTone Recordings Gathers Legends of Jazz for Inaugural Project

#LEGENDS will bring big band jazz to the Twitter generation.

CHICAGO (April 28) – The living legends of jazz are coming together at Avatar Studios in Manhattan to record a new EP for DulceTone Recordings. 

The album, appropriately titled “#LEGENDS,” will be released late this summer and is the first project from the newly formed DulceTone Recordings. Christian Josi, taking on lead vocals, is joined by award-winning and legendary jazz musicians. 

Signed on to the album are the artists Mike Renzi, a 7-time Emmy winner and musical director; Freddy Cole, younger brother of Nat King Cole; Bucky Pizzarelli,  master guitarist and long-time studio and concert musician; and Antonia Bennett, vocalist and daughter of legendary singer Tony Bennett.

The talent on “#LEGENDS” isn’t reserved for the musicians. Jim Czak, a long time recording engineer who has worked with some of the greatest artists on hundreds of albums, will be helming this project.

“We’ve brought together some of the best, if not the best, artists in the business,” said Jeff Davis, co-founder of DulceTone Recordings. “This album will be loaded with talent.”

“#LEGENDS” will be available on CD and iTunes for digital download.

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DulceTone Recordings To Bring Jazz To Today’s Listener

CHICAGO (April 15) –  There’s a new sound for jazz as DulceTone Recordings has opened doors to usher the 50s Big Band sound into today’s modern music world. 

DulceTone Recordings, a collaboration between Jeff Davis and Bill Pascoe, aims to introduce the classic jazz sounds of Glenn Miller and Benny Goodman to today’s generation unfamiliar with the sound. 

“DulceTone Recordings is going to change the way listeners feel about jazz,” Pascoe said. “It won’t be for grandma and grandpa anymore.” 

Davis agreed, adding that the focus was to capitalize on the hit shows depicting the era from movies like “The Great Gatsby” on through the hit television series “Mad Men.” 

“We want to make Jazz popular again,” Davis said. “After the mainstream success of things like Mad Men and The Great Gatsby, it’s the perfect time to move jazz from ‘old’ and to ‘retro.’”

DulceTone Recordings aims to release its first album in late summer. Davis and Pascoe are currently gathering artists who will fit the mold of what they are looking for and help create a lasting success at the company. Davis and Pascoe, who both have significant connections across the music industry, plan to bring together the very best of the Jazz world for this exciting new project.