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Bass Player Stanley Clarke presents Sunnie Paxson Bohemian Sun

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Published on Nov 23, 2011

Innovative songwriter, producer, arranger and performer Sunnie Paxson has already proven herself as a talented solo keyboardist and recording artist. She has toured with bassist Stanley Clarke and has recorded and/or shared the stage with many including Justo Almario, Larry Carlton, Danny Gotlieb and Michael Paulo to name a few. Her compositions and performances can be heard in feature films (Book of Love, Love Kills and Eddie) and on television, including ABC, NBC, CBS, Telemundo and Fox Sports Network. A native of Philadelphia, Sunnie was a child piano prodigy from a musical family. Her skills were honed by studies with world-renowned French jazz pianist Bernard Peiffer, the Philadelphia College of Performing Arts and Berklee College of Music. She was voted one of "Los Angeles' Best Jazz Performers" in Los Angeles Magazine. In the world of radio Sunnie is known on stations throughout the US as well as internationally. This was due to her successful debut solo album, Groove Suite, which contained the ultimate feel-good single "Do It ('Til You're Satisfied)," featuring longtime friend Clarke on bass. Jazz Week listed Sunnie as one of the top 100 artists with the most spins for two years during the peak run of this CD. Sunnie's newest album, Jazz Divertido, will be released on the Roxboro Entertainment Group label. She is returning to her solid jazz roots with this straight-ahead jazz trio record featuring some of her own compositions, some standards and one song written by Clarke.

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