Becca Byram | Thanks for Lettin' Me Know

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Thanks for Lettin' Me Know

by Becca Byram

Fabulous morph of jazz and pop with amazing harmonies and analog keys
Genre: Pop: Piano
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Becca Byram is no stranger to the spotlight.  She has an impressive musical pedigree. She has worked with artists like The Dead Presidents, Brand Nubians, Lauren Hill, Toots and the Maytals, Wu-Tang-Clan, Moby, Jennifer Lopez, Blondie and Keith Richards (among others), She spent some time as the Assistant Musical Director for NBC's Saturday Night Live, and her work can be heard in several feature films. And although Byram also has a discography that includes four previous albums of her own,"Becca's Smoke and Candy Store," "Long Way Home",  "Day IN Bed" and "Nice to Be There", her latest album, "Blue Griot" she says, is different.

"This is an album about going away and coming back: about musical experience and reflection.
  We finished the album this month, and the first single will be released on September 12th 2017. I am so excited to share this record, and if the journey to this musical place has been a long one,it has made this record what it is, and been worth every second." 
And what a journey it was.  
Becca Byram's story reads like the best fiction.  Born in the UK to teacher parents, she spent her formative years in boarding schools - and though she describes that time as "miserable", she also says it was during those years that she inherited a Hammond B3 organ from a relative.  Reflecting on her early music experiences, and coming from a home where only classical music was played, "it was like the Wizard of Oz -going from black and white into color!"  Byram had found her passion.
At just seventeen, she won a scholarship to Clare College Cambridge to study History of Music.  Becca travelled to London by train on weekends to play in a jazz trio, and quickly became an integral part of the British soul scene, playing in nightclubs like Xenon and The Fridge with Jamiroquai and Soul 2 Soul, and working at Trevor Horn’s Studio in Covent Garden.  Her reputation spread across the Atlantic, leading to job offers in NYC, and she arrived " with a Hammond organ, and a suitcase."
  Byram has worked behind the scenes on high profile music projects from coast to coast ever since.She lives in Los Angeles CA.



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