Thursday, February 12, 2009

Darren Rahn is the "Talk of the Town" 2/17/09

nuGroove Records is proud to present the highly anticipated and innovative new release by saxophonist/super-producer Darren Rahn. Talk Of The Town, which is also the title track of the album, will be released nationwide on February 17, 2009. As one of the smooth jazz genre’s hottest producers, Darren has dominated the Billboard and Radio and Records (R&R) charts over the past few years. He recently had three consecutive #1 productions on the coveted R&R smooth jazz chart, holding the #1 position with three different artists (Dave Koz, Eric Darius and Tim Bowman) from September all the way through the end of 2008. That’s 14 consecutive weeks at #1! During that time, Darren held the top three chart positions for several weeks and had as many as four songs in the top 10 at the same time.

Now, Darren is stepping out front again as a well-established artist in his own right - bringing together an all-star cast for his new release from nuGroove Records. In stores February 17th, Talk Of The Town features the industry’s top session players and includes thoughtful collaborations with BOB JAMES, JEFF LORBER, WAYMAN TISDALE, TIM BOWMAN and others. This collection of 12 intelligent and catchy sonic masterpieces will keep you groovin’ the whole time. Reminiscent of the LIVE concert setting that put smooth jazz on the map, Talk of the Town is an eloquent tapestry of unstoppable energy. As the smooth jazz genre enters a new era, Darren‘s reputation precedes him and his current track record is undeniable. As the CD flawlessly flows from beginning to end, you will realize exactly why Darren's approach to smooth jazz has proven to be successful in the rapidly changing landscape of our genre. This is Darren’s best work ever. “Talk Of The Town” is destined to become a modern classic and Darren Rahn is THE artist to watch for 2009.

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