One musician, who has played for Her Majesty the Queen, HRH the Prince of Wales (who personally commended his playing) and the Pope, is Emmanuel Waldron. And he’s praying that he’ll generate more illustrious fans with the release of his fourth album, ‘All Seasons’, a recording deeply influenced by soul, jazz, blues and gospel music.
Emmanuel is an accomplished, award-winning musician, and All Seasons features his own compositions, as well as his own interpretations of popular classics, including Stevie Wonder’s ‘Ribbon In The Sky’, ‘Amazing Grace’ and ‘God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen’. He recently held a well-attended launch at the 606 Jazz Club in London.
Musicians featured on this enjoyable release include Troy Miller on Drums, Carl Stanbridge on Upright & Electric Bass, André Brown on Sax, and Emmanuel’s wife, Ruth Waldron, a phenomenal and well-respected vocalist.
If you’re open and appreciative to Christian-inspired music, some of which is devoid of vocals, you’ll love All Seasons.
Visit www.emmanuelwaldron.co.uk for more details.