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Musician Dave Sereny Shreds Like Carlos Santana In His New Toronto Take of Bob Marley’s “Jammin” On Youtube and Streaming Services

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Toronto-based Jazz musician, Dave Sereny, pays tribute to Bob Marley with a soulful rendition of the classic reggae “Jammin” drawing influences from Rock and Jazz musicians like Carlos Santana.

The award-winning Jazz musician, Dave Sereny is back with his soulful guitar licks in his latest single, “Jammin”. A rendition of the classic 1977 Bob Marley and The Wailers song, Dave puts a lively jazz spin on his sounds that are smooth like a young Carlos Santana.  With no lyrics other than the background layers of a women’s choir, Dave really emphasizes the instrumental portions especially his soulful guitar melodies. This song is an evident display of what Sereny can do with a guitar even after taking a few years’ break from releasing new music.

You can listen to this amazing single on Spotify or Apple Music. This song is also available on his album Talk To Me available on streaming platforms. For updates on Dave Sereny, follow him on Twitter or check out www.DaveSereny.com!

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Paul Simon Like Musician Dave Sereny roaring Spotify Playlist’s with Come Here Baby

Paul Simon like musician Dave Sereny, a Toronto-based Artist has propelled his newest single “Come Here Baby”  to the number 15 jazz song on Spotify charts.

Dave’s Come Here Baby, is a glistful melodic soul tune with ear-piercing grooves than emulates the great singer Paul Simon.

It isn’t hard to understand why people listen to Dave Sereny’s music. The musical spirit along with Dave’s creative genius leaves listening to his newest album “Talk to Me”; relaxed and blissful as his beautiful guitar rifts play in your ears. However, there is more to the album’s single “Come Here Baby”  than Dave’s creative genius. The background vocals are sung by Ugandan based Nemma Children’s Choir group. Dave chose to collaborate with this group because their goal is to raise awareness of the problems facing Uganda’s youth and to fundraise towards the goals of the Nemma Child Project.

Listen to “Come Here Baby”  or check out the full album on iTunes. Be sure to also check out Dave’s website  and Twitter  for all his updates!

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Smooth Jazz Musician Dave Sereny Releases R&B Fused Single Come Here Baby Streaming On Spotify

Released just this year, in 2019, the Toronto-based guitarist Dave Sereny’s new single “Come Here Baby” has secured its place on numerous R &B infused Jazz playlists on Spotify.

 

Unsurprisingly, “Come Here Baby” has been the talk of the R & B community since its release. It has been covered most recently by 94.7FM The Wave’s Stu Berketo where he analyzes Serenys new album “Talk To Me”. He had the following to say about “Come Here Baby”:

 

“Sereny’s vocals once again take center stage on “Come Here Baby”. Delightfully smooth, sultry and bluesy, the unrequited love pains conversely feel great, and it’s easy to find yourself singing along in unison on the refrain and snapping your fingers in perfect tempo.”

–  Stu Berketo, Wave.fm 94.7/95.9 HD2

 

Stu Berketo couldn’t be more right, the theme of unrequited love pains conversely feel great with the R&B perfect tempo he chose for the song. These elements make “Come here baby” impossible not to snap and sing along to.  Although, some might’ve thought that Dave Sereny was done 11 years ago when he released “Take This Ride”, however, “Come Here Baby” proves Dave Sereny is a multi- genre force who is here to stay.

 

You can listen to this amazing single on Spotify  or Apple Music . This song is also available on his album “Talk To Me” available on streaming platforms. For updates on Dave Sereny, follow him on Twitter or check out www.DaveSereny.com!

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Smooth Jazz Musician Dave Sereny Jammin A Spotify Embodiment Of Miles Davis Music

3-8-2019 5-13-21 PM

Dave Sereny, a Toronto based musician, has ruptured the airwaves in the Soul and Blues genre with latest Single “Jammin” https://spoti.fi/2JTFKAy  off his highly anticipated album “Talk To Me!”

Dave mixes genres of blues and soul influences over glistful reggae grooves that are reminiscent of Bob Marley and Miles Davis.  The single “Jammin” is a well executed track, an upbeat interpretation of Bob Marley’s smash hit “Jammin” but with a twist of lead angelic vocals that are piercing to the soul.

Dave Sereny made yet another breakthrough album, coming back from his 11-year hiatus. His last album “Take a Ride” led him to become an award winning jazz musician. Now back with his latest album “Talk to me” its surged the Soul, Blues and Jazz charts.

You can listen to this amazing single on Spotify or Apple Music. This song is also available on his album Talk To Me available on all streaming platforms. For updates on Dave Sereny, follow him on Twitter or check out www.DaveSereny.com!

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Soul Musician Dave Sereny Rocks His Hit Single Come Here Baby With Background Music of The Neema Children’s Choir of Uganda

Dave Sereny - Come Here BabySoul musician Dave Sereny has propelled his newest single “Come Here Baby” to the number 15 jazz song on industry charts.

It isn’t hard to understand why people listen to Dave Sereny’s music. The musical spirit along with Dave’s creative genius leaves listening to his newest album “Talk to Me”; relaxed and blissful as his beautiful guitar rifts play in your ears. However, there is more to the album’s single “Come Here Baby” than Dave’s creative genius. The background vocals are sung by Ugandan based Nemma Children’s Choir group. Dave chose to collaborate with this group because their goal is to raise awareness of the problems facing Uganda’s youth and to fundraise towards the goals of the Nemma Child Project.

 

Listen to “Come Here Baby” or check out the full album on iTunes. Be sure to also check out Dave’s website and Twitter for all his updates!

 

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The Way of a Woman by Jan Daley Enters Jazz Billboard Charts with Incredible Placements!

Jan Daley’s “The Way of a Woman” smooth jazz album just debuted at #6 on the Billboard Jazz Chart and #5 on the Billboard Traditional Jazz Chart. Standing between Jan and the #1 chart positions are less than 5 other artists’ releases, most notably Diana Krall, Norah Jones, Thelonious Monk and Big Bad Voodoo Daddy. This is quite an accomplishment and a well deserved one at that for this independent artist whose career has spanned over five decades. She started off as the “singing canary” in her early twenties on Bob Hope’s USO Tour and has performed with countless huge names in both the acting and singing world. Additionally she also wore the crown as Miss California (yes, it was “Miss” Back then!) while attending college.

 

Her newest album stands out as yet another phenomenal release in a seemingly endless stream of phenomenal world-class smooth jazz. With six original tunes and five brilliantly adapted covers, “The Way of a Woman” is well worth a listen for even those who don’t normally listen to smooth jazz. If you haven’t done so yet, check out “The Way of a Woman” on iTunes.

 

If that’s not enough Jan for you, you can download the title song from her EP “When Sunny Gets Blue” FOR FREE from Noisetrade. To learn more about Daley and to keep up with her latest updates, check out her Facebook and her official website here: www.jandaley.com/.

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Jan Daleys The Way of a Woman Album Debuts on Multiple Jazz Billboard Charts!

This is a huge week for Jan Daley and her “The Way of a Woman” album. In the smooth jazz album’s debut appearance on the Billboard charts: “The Way of a Woman” placed sixth in the Jazz Albums category and fifth in the Traditional Jazz Albums chart! These incredible accomplishments are a testament to the hard work and dedication Jan puts into her craft.

“The Way of a Woman” is a collection of smooth jazz originals and Great American Songbook tunes that flows from song to song with ease. With six songs written by Daley herself, the album stands out as a unique expression of personal art coupled with a tribute to the days of classic jazz. Jan Daley has been in the industry for a long time and her musical experience goes back to the USO Tours she used to perform with Bob Hope in.

Daley’s smooth jazz expertize is unrivaled and impressive to even those who don’t generally listen to jazz. If you haven’t done so yet, take a listen to her new album on iTunes.

If that’s not enough Jan for you, you can download the title song from her EP “When Sunny Gets Blue” FOR FREE from Noisetrade. To learn more about Daley and to keep up with her latest updates, check out her Facebook and her official website here: www.jandaley.com/.

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