Art Sherrod Jr

National recording artist, entertainer and saxophonist, Art Sherrod Jr, brings forth a new energy and excitement to the stage and to Smooth Jazz. As a native Texan, Art was heavily influenced by the music of his environment which ranged from Rhythm and Blues, Pop, Rock N’ Roll, Rap, Hip-Hop, Gospel and of course Jazz! His love for music, entertainment and appreciation for the arts has afforded him the opportunity to perform on stages throughout the United States and overseas.

Over the span of Art’s career, he has had the opportunity to perform at the White House as well as share the marque and/or stage with notables such as Natalie Cole, Angie Stone, CeCe Peniston, Gerald Albright, Boney James, Kenny Lattimore, Howard Hewett, Phil Perry, Miki Howard, Chante Moore, Will Downing, Maysa Leak, Ann Nesby, Chuck Loeb, Sheila E, Brian Culbertson, Peter White, Alex Bugnon, Loose Ends, Cuba Gooding Sr and the Main Ingredient and a host of other incredible entertainers.

Art brings forth a rich and dynamic mixture of music that will take you on a musical joy ride. To date, Art has released a live DVD/CD combo and 4 studio CDs: All 4 Love (2005), Seasons (2009), Intervention (2016) and Back 2 Business (2017).

The former lead singer of the two-time Grammy Award winning The Sounds of Blackness, Ann Nesby launched her solo career in 1996 under the auspices of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. Her debut album, I’m Here For You, spent 60 weeks atop the R&B music charts. As a noted songwriter, she has penned hits for Gladys Knight (“Home Alone”) and Patti LaBelle (“The Right Kinda Lover” and “Someone Like You”). She has also worked with Playwright/Movie Director, Tyler Perry in his very first stage play, I Know I’ve Been Changed.

Since then, Nesby has amassed a total of six Grammy Nominations, recording, touring, and acting nonstop. She has released seven successful solo, studio albums: I’m Here For You, Put it on Paper, Make Me Better, In the Spirit, This is Love, The Lula Lee Project, and Ann Nesby’s Soulful Christmas. Additionally, she released a compilation of dance hits Love is What We Need in 2001 and a greatest hits CD / DVD, Ann Nesby the Best of Live, in 2007. In 2003, she was cast in her first feature film, The Fighting Temptations, as Aunt Sally Walker alongside Cuba Gooding, Jr. and Beyonce. To date Nesby has scored five Top 10 singles on Billboard Music Charts



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