Simon Brothers Release Single Track: Feel The Groove

It is with great excitement that we at Latin Jazz Network announce the first single release from Simon Brothers: Feel The Groove, a tremendous collaboration by Edward Simon (pianist), Marlon Simon (percussionist) and Michael Simon (trumpeter). Hailing from Venezuela, the Simon Brothers are well-known in the Jazz music scene. They’ve been leading long-standing careers as performers, composers, recording artists and educators. Just recently, we announced that Marlon Simon had been awarded a 2022 Guggenheim Fellowship in the field of Music Composition. Listen to Feel The Groove and buy it for your perpetual enjoyment.

Edward Simon, piano & keyboards; Marlon Simon, drums; Michael Simon, trumpet; Ricky Rodríguez, electric bass; Robin Eubanks, trombone; Ernesto Vega, tenor saxophone; Yosvani Terry, alto saxophone; Mauricio Herrera, percussion; Pedrito Martínez, vocals; Jeff Cressman, editing and mixing.

“I’m pleased to announce the first single release from Simon Brothers: Feel The Groove, featuring Grammy-nominated Cuban vocalist Pedrito Martínez. I’m thrilled to be collaborating with my brothers Marlon and Michael once again.” – Edward Simon

“This is an extraordinary composition by my brother Edward Simon. I am proud and glad to be on this track , I am also thankful to all the  musicians who participated on it, now let’s FEEL THE GROVE!” – Marlon Simon

“I’m so happy to proudly present the long awaited single by the Simons Brothers! A project close to my heart! I hope you’ll all be thrilled by listening as much as I was by playing it!” – Michael Simon

Simon Brothers: Feel The Groove - Edward, Marlon and Michael Simon featuring Pedrito Mart?nez
Simon Brothers: Feel The Groove – Edward, Marlon and Michael Simon featuring Pedrito Mart?nez
Danilo Navas
Danilo Navas
Founder, Editor, Webmaster: Latin Jazz Network, World Music Report, Toronto Music Report. A passionate and committed communicator with a sensibility for the arts based in Toronto, Canada.

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