Recommended if You Like
George Duke Quincy Jones Kirk Whalum

Genres You Will Love
Moods: Christian Jazz: Jazz Fusion Spiritual: Inspirational Jazz: Contemporary Jazz Jazz: Jazz-Funk

By Location
United States - Ohio

Facebook Page Reverbnation Page Visit Our Website Sell your music everywhere



The SounDoctrine Story…so far!

The Original Alternative Funk Jazz Fusion SOUNDOCTRINE first appeared at The Northeastern Ohio Gospel Music Connection in January 2002. Two weeks later they opened for Grammy Winner Bobby “Blue” Bland. The group has consistently recorded and performed throughout Northern Ohio, Western Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and in to New York state.

SOUNDOCTRINE’s award winning debut CD “PERSEVERANCE,” released on their own
NIAYANA RECORDINGS label earned the band the 2003 Nu Soul Album of the Year from
Soul Patrol. Their follow up “SD Live!!!” was an underground smash throughout the global
Indie Artist community. The band’s third album entitled “ENDURANCE” was released to
International rave reviews and was chosen #3 Best Jazz Funk Album of 2006 by
Soul Patrol. The album offered up three tunes which maintained rotation on The Weather
Channel, featuring the Jim Couchenour penned “Smallmouth Bass” remixed by Smooth Jazz Legend, Bob Baldwin. Their hit single “Chi Tea” remains the theme song for WFMJ-TV21’s Community Connection since its release.

SOUNDOCTRINE was nominated Best Jazz Artist by the 2004 American Gospel Music Awards. They are a 2006 Capital Jazz Fest Finalist and have performed at Cleveland’s
famed Rock and Roll Museum as part of WZAK 93.1 FM’s “Rock and Soul Day.”
SOUNDOCTRINE was the Host Band for Soul Patrol’s 2007 Black Heritage Festival in
Philadelphia, PA and performed with the legendary Delfonics, Angel Woodruff, Michael Henderson, Gordon Chambers, Sonnyboy and Marlon Saunders.

Their music and 2002 Border’s Blitz Tour, documented by noted Filmmaker, Art Byrd was
accepted as a finalist into the Hollywood Black Film Festival. The film was featured throughout the event in Hollywood, CA in June 2004.

SOUNDOCTRINE’s fourth project, the critically acclaimed “INSPIRE” containing the hit single “Marriage” gained immediate airplay on The Weather Channel and inclusion on the US New Jazz compilation, “Jazz Infusion Vol II” airing on radio stations across the country.

Hard at work on their fifth album entitled “SOURCE,” they’ve already spilled three songs onto the pavement with each garnering significant buzz. “After All,” Selah” and covering the Bobby Womack classic, “Stop On By,” SOUNDOCTRINE promises a sizzling summer.

SOUNDOCTRINE has opened for Grammy Winner Kirk Whalum, Spyro Gyra, Pieces of a Dream, Freddy Jackson, Con Funk Shun and The Ohio Players to name a few.

The SounDoctrine story continues to unfold…