The Pulse of Entertainment: Saxophonist Euge Groove Releases His 12th Album, ‘Sing My Song'
(July 3, 2020) - "This is my 12th album," said sax
man Euge Groove about his new project affectionately called "Sing My Song," featuring
Maysa, Peter White, Phillipe Saisse and Paul Brown. The first single off the album is titled "Dirty Dozen." The
title track "Sing My Song" is co-written by Jazz vocalist Lindsey Webster and has vocal assistance from Maysa. "It's
been a while... I've been busy touring."
Euge said the "stay-at-home" order gave him time to finally
record new music.
"It gave me time to do it," he added about the "Sing My Song" project. "The
last several months I've cranked it out."
The result is an 11 track recording. Euge already has 12 Billboard
hits and he is the saxophonist at the top of everyone's "to call" list, such as Huey Newton, Tower of Power, Tina
Turner, Joe Crocker and Richard Marx.
"I did the music, she (Lindsey) did the lyrics," he said about
the "Sing My Song" track. "...and Maysa came to sing on it."
On the meaning behind "Sing
My Song" Euge said it means, "No matter what people say you got to sing."
Euge Groove said the album
is, "More organic. Fortunately I work with all these people that in one capacity or another...became friends."
Born Steven Euge Grove, the sax player was a prodigy child growing up in Maryland, my home state. His house growing
up included a mother who played the piano and served as their church's choir director. By seven he was playing the piano and
by nine he was playing the sax. He plays Jazz, R&B, Gospel and Blues. He is a graduate of the Miami School of Music. His
career in music started after moving to Los Angeles. He was able to write a song on the album of Richard Elliott, who selected
Euge to take his place on a Tower of Power tour. That gig lasted four years for the musician. He did a year touring with Huey
Lewis & The News and other gigs included working with The Eurythmics, The Gap Band, Elton John, Bonnie Raitt, and Aaron
Neville. He went on to sign a recording contract with Warner Bros. and his hits started coming. He is now on the Shanachie
Entertainment imprint now, one of today's' major labels for Jazz artists and musicians, with the release of the "Sing
My Song" project. www.Shanachie.com www.EugeGroove.com
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