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Trumpeter/composer Jeff Lofton releases dynamic new album
(Published: September 04, 2019)

Austin, Texas-based trumpeter/composer Jeff Lofton is a full-rounded musician whose sound is vividly diverse; he has impressed audiences and critics with his ability to easily swing from styles as eclectic as neo-soul, jazz, urban, and R&B.

Lofton recently released a new album, Jericho. On this superb LP, Lofton gives the audience a sample of his mercurial creativity throughout the span of nine studio recordings. His trumpet style is dynamic and diverse. At times, he knows how to reveal the more mellow side of his playing, while in other segments of the music, he is all about going wild, showcasing a really high degree of articulation with his performance.

Because of these stunning dynamics, Lofton's trumpet playing is as expressive and genuine as a human voice, with a unique story to tell from the candle-lit vibes of "What a Little Moonlight Can Do" to the sensuality of tracks like "Rose."

Lofton does it again, and these songs are here to leave a mark. "Lofton's dedication to finding the right textures is a joy to listen to," said Jim Olin, critic for All About Jazz. "His trumpet playing on Jericho is sensational." Stacey Zering of INK 19 added that "Jericho is among the year's finest jazz releases. I could listen to his trumpet all day."

Lofton is a Grammy member and has won twice at the SXSW Austin Music Awards.

More Information: http://jefflofton.com

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