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NEW MUSIC: Riviera Nights By Blake Aaron

Jun 5, 2018

Southern-California based Guitarist Blake Aaron stopped by Jazz 91.9 WCLK to catch up when he was in town recently.  He's an unassuming Smooth Jazz virtuoso on guitar, and he's also composed multiple film and television soundtracks.  The list of artists he's played with includes: Bernie Worrell, Bill Laswell, Billy Bass, Bobby Womac, Carlos Santana, David Benoit, Eric Marienthal, Fishbone, Hiroshima, Marion Meadows, Najee, Nelson Rangell, Shiela E and many more.  His latest release on Innervision Records is called Riviera Nights, and is a driving, Latin-inflected guitar song that you can he

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