of Entertainment: Under the
Lake Makes Waves with New CD Release ‘Your Horizon Too'
(April 7, 2020) - "The last 20 years I've been playing with sax player
Quintin Gerard. Quintin's on this album. He was working on his album and had a track named ‘Your Horizon.' It inspired
me to make ‘Your Horizon Too'. It became a theme in us getting back together," said keyboardist Jayson Tipp about
him and his band Under the Lake's newest project "Your Horizon Too" (Mind In Overdrive).
The band, 28 years-old, includes Jayson on keys; Gerard on sax and flute; Nathan Brown on bass; Richard Sellers on
drums, and Patrick Yandall on lead and acoustic guitar. The "Your Horizon Too" album was released in early April
and is produced by Jayson Tipp.
"This album goes back to Smooth Jazz," Tipps pointed out.
I agree, because in reviewing it I came away loving #1 "It's Your Horizon" because of Patrick's guitar playing
breathing life into the song like a new sunrise brings forth a new day. I also like #2 "People Make the World Go Round,"
a cover of The Stylistics' hit, because the guitar playing by Patrick sings the familiar lyrics and the sax playing gives
it that original classic sound. The #6 track, "Side Two," is a favorite because I love the way the sax makes waves
and the guitar tap dances. I also like #8 "Diego Nuevo" because it's a happy song and I'm addicted to happiness,
and I also like the way the keys cuts in bringing in a little mystery. The last song on the "Your Horizon Too" album
is #9 "Josie" because it is a simple and sweet Smooth Jazz selection.
"The Under the Lake band
has had different players through the years. Those working with me for the last 20 years include Nathan, Richard and Quintin,"
Jayson pointed out about his band. "All four of us are back together - a home coming. We added Patrick, a long time friend.
He is on all 12 tracks." www.UnderTheLake.com
The Pulse of Entertainment: Isaac Carree's Love Tribute Hits Billboard's Top 20 Gospel Singles
(April 7, 2020) - A North Carolina native, Isaac Carree reached for the impossible not knowing what the reward would be, and received a reward
that has made him forever one of the best artists in the history books on Contemporary Gospel. He has only released three
albums, all produced by two-time Grammy Award winning Blac Elvis. The last album released is titled "No Risk, No Reward"
(Shanachie Entertainment) and its single, "Her," has hit Billboard's Top 20 Gospel Singles Chart.
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and Business Management Consultant at Freelance Associates, and is Promotions Director (at-large) for The Baltimore Times. www.ThePulseofEntertainment.com. EVENT: "Uplifting Minds II" Entertainment Conference
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"It's a song to highlight who she is to me. To celebrate her greatness
and beauty," said Isaac of the single "Her". "Sixteen years married. Men don't express verbally how they
feel. It's an everyday process. One day it's great and one day it's rough."
Also a producer, Carree started
out in 1996 as an artist in the Gospel group Men of Standard. He launched his solo career in 2011. His last album before "No
Risk, No Reward," was released seven years ago, but yet his impact on the Contemporary Gospel industry was such that
he could enlist for this new album Kirk Franklin, Zacardi Cortez, Lisa Knowles, Mr. Talkbox and Jazze Pha - outstanding. Isaac
told me that his greatest achievement is "longevity."
"Being able to be relevant for 30 years...Awards
come and go, you sell records sometimes and sometimes you don't. Staying in power and recreating yourself - very few have
achieved that," he said when I asked.
Isaac Carree has garnered Dove and BMI Awards as an artist and a
producer. Atlanta based, in between albums Isaac has toured on the Bad Boys Reunion Tour and Tim McGraw & Faith Hill's
Soul II Soul World Tour. He became an author when he published a book titled "Service: My Words, My Life, My Truth."
"You have to step out on faith and not act out of fear...to hear God say I'm pleased," Carree added when
I asked about the meaning behind this project, "No Risk, No reward." "In life you never know what the reward
is. You have to take risks." www.Shanachie.com www.IsaacCarree.com