One of the biggest stars of R&B and jazz, Gerald Albright has earned his reputation as a “musician’s musician,” while earning top honors on his own along the way. In 1998, Albright released Pleasures of the Night with Will Downing on Verve Forecast, which hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Contemporary Jazz Albums chart. In 2012, he teamed up with GRAMMY®-winning guitarist Norman Brown for 24/7, featuring 10 killer soul-jazz tracks, including updated versions of “Tomorrow,” a Brothers Johnson classic, and “Champagne Life,” from Ne-Yo’s album Libra Scale. 24/7 was nominated for a Best Pop Instrumental Album GRAMMY® Award. In 2014, Albright released Slam Dunk, which received a Best Contemporary Instrumental Album GRAMMY® nomination.
Jeanette Harris is the scintillating waitress of smooth jazz. Her cover of Steve Wonder’s “All I Do” hit Billboard’s smooth jazz singles chart. Classically trained in both sax and piano, the Fresno native has released four albums, most recently Summer Rain.