Pianist Champian Fulton unleashes her creativity to spellbind the audience until they are "Speechless.” With her ﬁrst date for Posi-Tone, listeners are invited to sit back and dig the mesmerizing sounds as Fulton bravely embarks on her ﬁrst ever record of entirely instrumental performances. With an amazing program featuring her own original compositions, Fulton delivers a tour de force demonstration of her pianistic prowess. This trio date is also highlighted by the solid harmonic foundation of bassist Adi Meyerson and the bombastically explosive metrics of drummer Ben Zweig. With a straight forward, swinging and soulful presentation that covers a wide variety of styles, sounds, and moods, Champian Fulton succeeds in delivering a stunning revue that will certainly leave every listener "Speechless" and bring bright moments to jazz fans everywhere.
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Champian's much anticipated album, "After Dark", featuring the music of Dinah Washington is HERE.
Joined by Jazz Luminaries David Williams on bass, Lewis Nash on drums, and her frequent musical collaborator Stephen Fulton, Champian presents 11 songs handpicked from the Queen of the Blues' repertoire to form a CD that is sure to transport the listener to another time and place.
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Watch the ENTIRE concert from the Chicago Humanities Festival, October 2015. With Stephen Fulton on flugelhorn, Mark Johnson on drums, and David Williams on bass.
Many of the songs are available on Champian's 2016 album, "After Dark".
"If I Had You" is available on Champian's 2010 album, The Breeze and I
Champian Fulton (piano / voice), Stephen Fulton (flugelhorn), Cory Weeds (tenor saxophone), Jack Baker (bass), and Joe Strasser (drums).
Filmed at New York Public Radio's The Greene Space, February 2015.
"Mad About the Boy"
Champian Fulton (piano / voice), Stephen Fulton (flugelhorn), Cory Weeds (tenor sax), Jack Baker (bass), Joe Strasser (drums).
Recorded in front of a Live studio audience at New York Public Radio's "The Greene Space". February 2015.