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Baritone, is an American award winning recording artist and producer. We have not heard a deep masculine, soulful, sensual voice like Baritone's, since great artist like Isaac Hayes, Berry White & Teddy Pendergrass.
Baritone delivers a family friendly show with all the energy and sex appeal that we loved and miss from the sexy male singers from the 1970's. A charismatic singer, whose sexy slow jams made him a ladies' favorite.
Perhaps it's fitting that music critics characterize the fervid Baritone as a rising soul music icon.
Baritone began his career performing for "Stedman Grahams Athletes Against Drugs Celebrity Galas". His first hit song "It Should Just B Me & You" was instantly claimed by Chicago Stepping Dj's and became a stepper's classic.
To this day, his song is played all over the nation at every steppers set. He quickly became one of Chicago's greatest entertainers! So he took his show on the road all across the globe.
He followed up his new success with the release of a hit jazz recording that is becoming the windy city's anthem
"Rolling Like Stars" that is already becoming another classic hit available on all digital store outlets.
With his dynamic band Global Musicians Network, Baritone has toured and shared the stage with the music industry's elite! On stage with legends like grammy winner Phil Collins and also appeared in concert with Grammy nominee & star of TV One R&B Divas Chante' Moore, R&B crooner Kenny Lattimore , Soul Train Award nominee American R&B/soul singer-songwriter Angela Winbush and Grammy nominated jazz balladeer KEM: just to name a few,
Baritone continues to rapidly win a large following of fans that love his music and live stage performances.
If it's at a summer festival or intimate music venue you can be sure Baritone delivers a fantastic show!
“Wow! What a great band, my favorite
Baritone is a great entertainer and really
knows how to put on a fantastic show!”
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