Alan and Lita Blake | Step Up! (Remix)

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Step Up! (Remix)

by Alan and Lita Blake

An upbeat piano and synth driven smooth jazz instrumental.
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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1. Step Up! (Remix)
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Alan and Lita Blake are the #1 artists on the Reverbnation Jazz charts both regionally and locally and in the TOP 20 in the USA currently! Their previous release... "The Traveller", made to the Top 20 Smooth Jazz UK charts, Top 30 on the Groove Jazz charts, Top 100 on Radio Wave Smooth Jazz charts and Top 100 on the Smooth Jazz Network charts (Allen Kepler) 2018.
Philadelphia bred now Atlanta based Keyboardists/vocalists/writers Alan and Lita Blake have toured, written and/or recorded with artists such as the late Grover Washington Jr., the late George Howard, Gerald Veasley, Jean Carne, Bernadette Stanis, Kevin Eubanks, Omar Hakim, the late renowned jazz violinist John Blake Jr. (brother of Alan Blake), Doc Gibbs, Onaje Allen Gumbs, Rachelle Ferrell, Major Harris, Eddie Holman, Bob Thompson and Bob Baldwin. Lita studied under Dr. Donald Byrd at Howard University and performed with the legendary jazz pianist Billy Taylor and bassist Ron Carter. She has provided numerous vocal recordings on albums for John Blake Jr., Grover Washington and George Howard. Alan served as a recording engineer for actress Jasmine Guy on her CD "Raisin Cane" and teamed up with Bob Baldwin to write "For Grover and George" which made it to #50 on the 2011 year-end Billboard Smooth Jazz charts. Alan and Lita, along with Siedah Garrett also laid the vocal tracks for George Howard's 1985 #1 Billboard Jazz chart hit "Dancin' in the Sun". They also served as musical mentors for Jazz vocalist and pianist Rachelle Ferrell at the start of her career. Ms. Ferrell honored Alan and Lita as her "musical mentors" during a Variety Playhouse performance in Atlanta, GA. in 2003.



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