Rick Braun 1st Single from Around The Horn

Trumpet Maestro Rick Braun Invites You To Take a Trip Around The Horn
 & A Journey Into His Diverse Influences

Rick Braun 1st Single from Around The HornNew CD Features Special Guests Peter White, Till Brönner, Lindsey Webster & John Stoddart &
Draws Inspiration from Unexpected Sources including Africa, Brazil, Alicia Keyes, Coldplay, Charlie Puth & Selena Gomez
“This album is a bit different for me in that it reflects some of what is going on in 
R&B and pop music now. I really tried to pull from those influences and sounds 
as opposed to making a retro inspired record. I am hoping the music will 
bring some of my fans into this new generation of music as well.”- Rick Braun

Known for his impeccable chops, melodic wizardry and keen compositional prowess, trumpeter, composer and producer Rick Braun has been thrilling audiences for decades. Having clenched over 20 #1 Smooth Jazz hits, Braun has collaborated with the best in contemporary jazz including Kirk Whalum, Norman Brown, Peter White, Dave Koz, Boney James and Brian Culbertson, to name a few. The highly versatile musician has also made a mark collaborating with pop stars like Rod Stewart, Tom Petty, Sade, REO Speedwagon,  and Natalie Cole. Around The Horn features a refreshing mix of originals such as Vila Vita,” showcasing guitarist Peter White, “Love Take Me,” showcasing rising star and label-mate Lindsey Webster, and the funky “Everything Is Alright.”  Around The Horn highlights Braun’s ultra hip and beautiful reworking of Coldplay’s “Yellow,” a vibey re-imaging of Alicia Keys’ “In Common.”
Here is Rick Braun 1st single from Around The Horn, the Charlie Puth/Selena Gomez hit collaboration, “We Don’t Talk Anymore.”

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