The new album, Jeff Bradshaw: 20, is slated for release later this spring via Music Matters Entertainment and The SRG/ILS Group, but first Jeff will drop two new singles; “Carrie’s Bread Puddin”, a tribute to his mother, for the Jazz fans and “Make Some Time” featuring Eric Roberson for the R&B fans. Both songs will be released on May 19th.
“Jeff fits perfectly into our growing Jazz and R&B family. He is a special talent with a solid career and a incredible future ahead of him.” – Claude Villani, CEO, The SRG/ILS Group
Each song from the new album has a unique story behind it, listeners will feel the soundtrack of Jeff Bradshaw’s life from his early days playing in church to his 20 years as a recording artist, to his life touring and collaborating with some of the biggest artists in Jazz, R&B, and Pop.
“20 years man. It means to me, blessed, relevant, excited, young, and hungry. All those things I still am. I’m still going to create these beautiful songs and the trombone is going to play a different role in every song!” – Jeff Bradshaw
About Jeff Bradshaw
Accomplished trombonist, Jeff Bradshaw, has been making music professionally for almost 30 years. Over that time, he has collaborated with a who’s who of Jazz and R&B artists including Jill Scott, The Roots, Erykah Badu, Kirk Franklin, and many others. For the last 20 years, Jeff has been a prolific recording artist releasing several albums including a live opus recorded at Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center co-produced with Robert Glasper and featuring Eric Roberson, Kim Burrell, Trombone Shorty, Take 6, Kenny Lattimore, Najee and many others.