The Producer's Corner with Spud Too Tight "Gives it Up" to Award Winning Urban Jazz Bassist Anthony Crawford
June 1, 2011
Another hot interview was aired this past Sunday on The Producer's Corner with Spud Too Tight as Award winning Bassist Anthony Crawford shared his new production journey, composition and accolades with Show Host Music Producer Spud Too Tight. Hear this interview at: http://www.spudtootight.com
The show has been an in demand celebrity music production and tech talk platform where Billboard, Grammy, Gold/Platinum, Award winning and highly credit music producers, composers, songwriters, artists, engineers, tech experts and music executives sit down with Music Producer/Keyboardist Spud Too Tight and extensively discuss their craft.
Since 2009, the music industry buzz has been it's the "New Hot Spot", was Ranked No.1 of the Top 5 Most Artistic Podcasts' in Associated Content on Yahoo 2011, featured in Top 7 Best Podcasts for the Music Aficionado and in March of 2010 No. 1 in Kevo Business and remains in the Top 10 status of Jazz Podcasts' among other notable sites.
Since 2009, Music Producer Spud/Keyboardist Too Tight was featured in numerous magazines such as True, Global Grind and Celebrity Dialogue to name a few. He has been producing that "sonic signature" sound for Indie artists, background music for radio spots with voice overs of some of Hollywood's renowned celebrities along with award winning radio/television spots for the past 20 years. "The Producer's Corner with Spud Too Tight is more than Production & Tech Talk; It is a New Music Movement" says Spud Too Tight.
When gifted Anthony Crawford was 14, he was already playing Bass with his father Funk/Rock Drummer Hubert (H bomb) Crawford who has played with notable greats like James Brown, Mothers Finest, Mark Farner of the Grandfunk Railroad, The BarKays and also is the brother of Jazz Sax legend Hank Crawford.
Anthony had the prime opportunity to sit in with the Bette Midler Band, he performed at the 2000 National Democratic Convention for Bill Clinton and two years later he appeared in a Burger King commercial with the basketball star, Shaquille O’Neal. The following year, Anthony released his first record entitled “Satisfied”.
Take note in 2004, this young, ambitious and outstanding Bassist played with the legendary R&B Billboard chart topping group Shalamar and later with Howard Hewett and Justin Timberlake. For a short time he was under the wing of Jazz Saxophonist Kirk Whalum and together the pair performed a few shows and collaborated to create the music for a movie commentary filmed in South Africa.
Since 2008, Anthony Crawford been actively performing around the world with notable artists such as Karen Briggs, Frank McComb, Jeff Lorber, and has recently released his solo CD titled “Urban Jazz.” This album is a rare mixture of genres including pop, funk, fusion, hip-hop and smooth listening. www.anthonycrawfordband.com
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