Preston Smith | Brazilian Fossa

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Brazilian Fossa

by Preston Smith

Preston Smith trumpet/flugelhorn extraordinaire with the fantastic Dean James (courtesy of Silhouette Records) on alto saxophone delivers a soulful and mellow Latin vibe on the jazz instrumental, “Brazilian Fossa.”
Genre: Jazz: Smooth Jazz
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Preston Smith grew up among the influence of the sights and sounds of the New Orleans Jazz scene. Smith on flugelhorn along with Dean James (courtesy of Silhouette Records) on alto saxophone conjures up a soulful and mellow interpretation for the Latin jazz instrumental, “Brazilian Fossa.” He has performed alongside many great artists including Jive Train, Coffee featuring Ernest Scott on the TV show, Louisiana Jukebox. Preston has also appeared on stage with Dixieland, and several Colorado jazz, funk, rock, and Latin groups. Notable venues where he has been featured includes One World Festival, UNC Jazz festival, and The Montana Traditional Jazz Festival. While at Southeastern Louisiana University, Smith was a member of the faculty brass quintet and played lead trumpet in the Top Big Band. Several of his original music compositions are featured on the “Hammond Toast to the Arts” CD, and on the Strawberry Jam Toast to the Arts Festival compilation album. In 2002, he was invited by Tom Benson (Saints Owner) to play "The Star-Spangled Banner" for the Dallas Cowboys vs New Orleans Saints NFL Game in the Louisiana Superdome. Preston’s first album titled One Night Stand was recorded at Word of Mouth Studio in New Orleans in 2002 with sales throughout the southern USA. His recent CD, Beneath the Surface, was released in August, 2015 and is receiving sales and radio airplay (including satellite radio) in the USA and throughout the world. His music is also receiving positive music reviews both within the USA and internationally. Smith is an endorsing artist for Phaeton Trumpets. His captivating rendition of “Brazilian Fossa” showcases his diverse and accomplished skillfulness in the Jazz genre.



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