Brian Culbertson,男,1973年1月12日生于美国伊利诺斯州的德克托,是一名钢琴家。   Brian Culbertson从上世纪90年代中期开始活跃的年轻钢琴家Brian Culbertson在现代爵士界的地位已如日中天,他集制作、创作、编曲、演奏(不止钢琴)等多项才华于一身。   Brian Culbertson1973年1月12日生于美国伊利诺斯州的德克托,其父亲Jim Culbertson是一名资深的高中爵士乐团导师和小号手,自小Brian Culbertson就听他父亲平常听的像the Brecker Brothers、David Sanborn等人的融合爵士乐;同时,他也喜欢70年代一些R&B/pop/funk类的音乐,如: Tower of Power、Earth, Wind & Fire等乐队。8岁那年接受钢琴课程,9岁转到鼓演奏,12岁到贝司。由于对古典乐章反复演奏的厌倦,上初中时,他便开始自己创作现代流行音乐。到Culbertson上高中时,由于深受制作人兼创作人David Foster的影响,他就已经担任自己的音乐"Long Night Out"制作人,一个人包揽所有乐器部分的演奏,并对其加以编排。当然也正因为此,早早成就了Brian Culbertson这样一个全能选手. 在2005年正式加盟GRP Records并推出首张大碟, 充满感性的精彩录音! 他的音乐,演奏旋律性强,R&B与Funk味并重,非常时尚,深受都市年轻人的喜爱。   Brian Culbertson的名字已经在爵士乐界活跃了十年多, 很早以前, 他已经出版第一张个人大碟, "Long Night Out", 是由他亲自监制的; 他不单止懂得玩多种的乐器, 更懂作曲, 他的才华令到他当年年纪轻轻已得到爵士乐权威杂志Down Beat的赞赏, 名气渐增!! 多年来, 在WEA旗下推出了数张受欢迎的唱片, 和不少出色的乐手合作, 例如有David Sanborn, Marcus Miller, Herb Alpert等合作, 之后在今年(2005)正式加盟GRP Records并推出首张大碟, 充满感性的精彩录音!   Brian Culbertson was born in Decatur, Illinois. As a child, he was musically skilled, having started playing piano at age 8, drums at 9, trombone at 10, bass in 7th grade, euphonium in high school and more.As a boy, he would also make his own "songs" with various equipment until he saved enough money for a 14" color monitor and Macintosh IIci.   Growing up, he listened to Sting, The Yellowjackets, George Duke, David Foster, Marcus Miller, David Sanborn, Chicago and Earth, Wind and Fire.He attended and graduated MacArthur High School,where his father was a music teacher.He then moved to Chicago where he attended DePaul University.It was in college that he actually started working on a CD, gathering a group of musicians, recording a demo tape and sending it to the only person he knew in Los Angeles, Bud Harner, who would get him his first record deal.   He is married to Michelle Culbertson,also known by her stage name Micaela Haley, and they live in Los Angeles, CA. In an interview, Culbertson revealed that he met his wife in college through his first bass player Sharay Reed who had met Michelle at the World of Music Festival in Nashville, Tennessee where they both won awards at the age of 16. Michelle, originally a violinist, won for Best Concert Master and Sharay Reed for Best Soloist. They both were reintroduced to one another at DePaul University two years later. At the end of their Freshman year together Sharay introduced Michelle to Brian telling them that they would make a good match.His wife contributed background vocals on his earlier albums and a feature vocal on his Christmas CD, A Soulful Christmas.   Michelle and Brian have worked together on many projects. The first of which were commercials for McDonald's, Nintendo and State Farm to name a few during Brian's years as a commercial writer under Cliff Colnot. They went on to work on the album Be Still my Soul originally for Pianodisc which was then released as a solo project under their joint record label. In 2008 RCA classical and pop division took notice of a demo that Michelle and Brian had worked on together that was a hybrid of opera and electronica. RCA pop division was bought up by Jive records but Michelle and Brian continued work on their project which became Syren. Michelle changed her name to Micaela Haley for the record due to the genre switch of the Be Still my Soul album and the musical theatre album "Michelle Culbertson Sings Broadway Favorites" that was done for [9]   Although heavily influenced by funk, Culbertson also works with many other musicians in the R&B and jazz arena, often as a composer and arranger. Culbertson is credited with working with Maurice White, Bootsy Collins, Ledisi, Musiq Soulchild, Larry Graham, Avant, Faith Evans, Kenny Lattimore, Vivian Green, Stokley Williams from Mint Condition, Rahsaan Patterson, Noel Gourdin, Brian McKnight, Ray Parker Jr., Boney James, Chris Botti, Earl Klugh, Dave Koz, Peter White, Richard Elliot, Jeff Lorber, Michael Lington and legendary A&M Records composer and producer Herb Alpert.   Culbertson plays Mason & Hamlin pianos and Roland keyboards and has appeared at the NAMM Show.   Culbertson has written and produced over 28 #1 contemporary smooth singles on the R&R, Gavin and Billboard Radio charts. Singles include "So Good" and "On My Mind" from Secrets, "Get It On" and "All About You" from Nice & Slow, "Hookin' Up" and "Let's Get Started" from It's on Tonight, "Always Remember" from Bringing Back The Funk, "That's Life" from XII, "Your Smile" from Dreams, "Think Free" from LIVE - 20th Anniversary Tour, "Been Around The World" from Funk! in addition to many more with other artists such as Norman Brown, Bob James, Dave Koz, Eric Marienthal, Rick Braun, Steve Cole, Eric Darius and Michael Lington.   In 2013, he announced on his blog that he was working on his fourteenth album,the album Another Long Night Out was released on February 25, 2014 and was going to revisit his earlier roots in contemporary jazz. In 2015, he released a second live album "20th Anniversary Tour" while performing at jazz club Yoshi's and, subsequently, he also released a solo piano album for yoga and meditation.Brian released his 15th album in 2016, Funk! which was followed up with a world tour. In September 2017, Culbertson announced his Indiegogo campaign for his Colors of Love album, set to release on Feb. 14, 2018. The album will be followed with a U.S. tour from March 2018 to June 2018.Brian Culbertson was born in Decatur, Illinois. As a child, he was musically skilled, having started playing piano at age 8, drums at 9, trombone at 10, bass in 7th grade, euphonium in high school and more.As a boy, he would also make his own "songs" with various equipment until he saved enough money for a 14" color monitor and Macintosh IIci.   Growing up, he listened to Sting, The Yellowjackets, George Duke, David Foster, Marcus Miller, David Sanborn, Chicago and Earth, Wind and Fire.He attended and graduated MacArthur High School,where his father was a music teacher.He then moved to Chicago where he attended DePaul University.It was in college that he actually started working on a CD, gathering a group of musicians, recording a demo tape and sending it to the only person he knew in Los Angeles, Bud Harner, who would get him his first record deal.   He is married to Michelle Culbertson,also known by her stage name Micaela Haley, and they live in Los Angeles, CA. In an interview, Culbertson revealed that he met his wife in college through his first bass player Sharay Reed who had met Michelle at the World of Music Festival in Nashville, Tennessee where they both won awards at the age of 16. Michelle, originally a violinist, won for Best Concert Master and Sharay Reed for Best Soloist. They both were reintroduced to one another at DePaul University two years later. At the end of their Freshman year together Sharay introduced Michelle to Brian telling them that they would make a good match.His wife contributed background vocals on his earlier albums and a feature vocal on his Christmas CD, A Soulful Christmas.   Michelle and Brian have worked together on many projects. The first of which were commercials for McDonald's, Nintendo and State Farm to name a few during Brian's years as a commercial writer under Cliff Colnot. They went on to work on the album Be Still my Soul originally for Pianodisc which was then released as a solo project under their joint record label. In 2008 RCA classical and pop division took notice of a demo that Michelle and Brian had worked on together that was a hybrid of opera and electronica. RCA pop division was bought up by Jive records but Michelle and Brian continued work on their project which became Syren. Michelle changed her name to Micaela Haley for the record due to the genre switch of the Be Still my Soul album and the musical theatre album "Michelle Culbertson Sings Broadway Favorites" that was done for. Although heavily influenced by funk, Culbertson also works with many other musicians in the R&B and jazz arena, often as a composer and arranger. Culbertson is credited with working with Maurice White, Bootsy Collins, Ledisi, Musiq Soulchild, Larry Graham, Avant, Faith Evans, Kenny Lattimore, Vivian Green, Stokley Williams from Mint Condition, Rahsaan Patterson, Noel Gourdin, Brian McKnight, Ray Parker Jr., Boney James, Chris Botti, Earl Klugh, Dave Koz, Peter White, Richard Elliot, Jeff Lorber, Michael Lington and legendary A&M Records composer and producer Herb Alpert.   Culbertson plays Mason & Hamlin pianos and Roland keyboards and has appeared at the NAMM Show.   Culbertson has written and produced over 28 #1 contemporary smooth singles on the R&R, Gavin and Billboard Radio charts. Singles include "So Good" and "On My Mind" from Secrets, "Get It On" and "All About You" from Nice & Slow, "Hookin' Up" and "Let's Get Started" from It's on Tonight, "Always Remember" from Bringing Back The Funk, "That's Life" from XII, "Your Smile" from Dreams, "Think Free" from LIVE - 20th Anniversary Tour, "Been Around The World" from Funk! in addition to many more with other artists such as Norman Brown, Bob James, Dave Koz, Eric Marienthal, Rick Braun, Steve Cole, Eric Darius and Michael Lington.   In 2013, he announced on his blog that he was working on his fourteenth album,the album Another Long Night Out was released on February 25, 2014 and was going to revisit his earlier roots in contemporary jazz. In 2015, he released a second live album "20th Anniversary Tour" while performing at jazz club Yoshi's and, subsequently, he also released a solo piano album for yoga and meditation.Brian released his 15th album in 2016, Funk! which was followed up with a world tour. In September 2017, Culbertson announced his Indiegogo campaign for his Colors of Love album, set to release on Feb. 14, 2018. The album will be followed with a U.S. tour from March 2018 to June 2018.
  Brian Culbertson,男,1973年1月12日生于美国伊利诺斯州的德克托,是一名钢琴家。   Brian Culbertson从上世纪90年代中期开始活跃的年轻钢琴家Brian Culbertson在现代爵士界的地位已如日中天,他集制作、创作、编曲、演奏(不止钢琴)等多项才华于一身。   Brian Culbertson1973年1月12日生于美国伊利诺斯州的德克托,其父亲Jim Culbertson是一名资深的高中爵士乐团导师和小号手,自小Brian Culbertson就听他父亲平常听的像the Brecker Brothers、David Sanborn等人的融合爵士乐;同时,他也喜欢70年代一些R&B/pop/funk类的音乐,如: Tower of Power、Earth, Wind & Fire等乐队。8岁那年接受钢琴课程,9岁转到鼓演奏,12岁到贝司。由于对古典乐章反复演奏的厌倦,上初中时,他便开始自己创作现代流行音乐。到Culbertson上高中时,由于深受制作人兼创作人David Foster的影响,他就已经担任自己的音乐"Long Night Out"制作人,一个人包揽所有乐器部分的演奏,并对其加以编排。当然也正因为此,早早成就了Brian Culbertson这样一个全能选手. 在2005年正式加盟GRP Records并推出首张大碟, 充满感性的精彩录音! 他的音乐,演奏旋律性强,R&B与Funk味并重,非常时尚,深受都市年轻人的喜爱。   Brian Culbertson的名字已经在爵士乐界活跃了十年多, 很早以前, 他已经出版第一张个人大碟, "Long Night Out", 是由他亲自监制的; 他不单止懂得玩多种的乐器, 更懂作曲, 他的才华令到他当年年纪轻轻已得到爵士乐权威杂志Down Beat的赞赏, 名气渐增!! 多年来, 在WEA旗下推出了数张受欢迎的唱片, 和不少出色的乐手合作, 例如有David Sanborn, Marcus Miller, Herb Alpert等合作, 之后在今年(2005)正式加盟GRP Records并推出首张大碟, 充满感性的精彩录音!   Brian Culbertson was born in Decatur, Illinois. As a child, he was musically skilled, having started playing piano at age 8, drums at 9, trombone at 10, bass in 7th grade, euphonium in high school and more.As a boy, he would also make his own "songs" with various equipment until he saved enough money for a 14" color monitor and Macintosh IIci.   Growing up, he listened to Sting, The Yellowjackets, George Duke, David Foster, Marcus Miller, David Sanborn, Chicago and Earth, Wind and Fire.He attended and graduated MacArthur High School,where his father was a music teacher.He then moved to Chicago where he attended DePaul University.It was in college that he actually started working on a CD, gathering a group of musicians, recording a demo tape and sending it to the only person he knew in Los Angeles, Bud Harner, who would get him his first record deal.   He is married to Michelle Culbertson,also known by her stage name Micaela Haley, and they live in Los Angeles, CA. In an interview, Culbertson revealed that he met his wife in college through his first bass player Sharay Reed who had met Michelle at the World of Music Festival in Nashville, Tennessee where they both won awards at the age of 16. Michelle, originally a violinist, won for Best Concert Master and Sharay Reed for Best Soloist. They both were reintroduced to one another at DePaul University two years later. At the end of their Freshman year together Sharay introduced Michelle to Brian telling them that they would make a good match.His wife contributed background vocals on his earlier albums and a feature vocal on his Christmas CD, A Soulful Christmas.   Michelle and Brian have worked together on many projects. The first of which were commercials for McDonald's, Nintendo and State Farm to name a few during Brian's years as a commercial writer under Cliff Colnot. They went on to work on the album Be Still my Soul originally for Pianodisc which was then released as a solo project under their joint record label. In 2008 RCA classical and pop division took notice of a demo that Michelle and Brian had worked on together that was a hybrid of opera and electronica. RCA pop division was bought up by Jive records but Michelle and Brian continued work on their project which became Syren. Michelle changed her name to Micaela Haley for the record due to the genre switch of the Be Still my Soul album and the musical theatre album "Michelle Culbertson Sings Broadway Favorites" that was done for [9]   Although heavily influenced by funk, Culbertson also works with many other musicians in the R&B and jazz arena, often as a composer and arranger. Culbertson is credited with working with Maurice White, Bootsy Collins, Ledisi, Musiq Soulchild, Larry Graham, Avant, Faith Evans, Kenny Lattimore, Vivian Green, Stokley Williams from Mint Condition, Rahsaan Patterson, Noel Gourdin, Brian McKnight, Ray Parker Jr., Boney James, Chris Botti, Earl Klugh, Dave Koz, Peter White, Richard Elliot, Jeff Lorber, Michael Lington and legendary A&M Records composer and producer Herb Alpert.   Culbertson plays Mason & Hamlin pianos and Roland keyboards and has appeared at the NAMM Show.   Culbertson has written and produced over 28 #1 contemporary smooth singles on the R&R, Gavin and Billboard Radio charts. Singles include "So Good" and "On My Mind" from Secrets, "Get It On" and "All About You" from Nice & Slow, "Hookin' Up" and "Let's Get Started" from It's on Tonight, "Always Remember" from Bringing Back The Funk, "That's Life" from XII, "Your Smile" from Dreams, "Think Free" from LIVE - 20th Anniversary Tour, "Been Around The World" from Funk! in addition to many more with other artists such as Norman Brown, Bob James, Dave Koz, Eric Marienthal, Rick Braun, Steve Cole, Eric Darius and Michael Lington.   In 2013, he announced on his blog that he was working on his fourteenth album,the album Another Long Night Out was released on February 25, 2014 and was going to revisit his earlier roots in contemporary jazz. In 2015, he released a second live album "20th Anniversary Tour" while performing at jazz club Yoshi's and, subsequently, he also released a solo piano album for yoga and meditation.Brian released his 15th album in 2016, Funk! which was followed up with a world tour. In September 2017, Culbertson announced his Indiegogo campaign for his Colors of Love album, set to release on Feb. 14, 2018. The album will be followed with a U.S. tour from March 2018 to June 2018.Brian Culbertson was born in Decatur, Illinois. As a child, he was musically skilled, having started playing piano at age 8, drums at 9, trombone at 10, bass in 7th grade, euphonium in high school and more.As a boy, he would also make his own "songs" with various equipment until he saved enough money for a 14" color monitor and Macintosh IIci.   Growing up, he listened to Sting, The Yellowjackets, George Duke, David Foster, Marcus Miller, David Sanborn, Chicago and Earth, Wind and Fire.He attended and graduated MacArthur High School,where his father was a music teacher.He then moved to Chicago where he attended DePaul University.It was in college that he actually started working on a CD, gathering a group of musicians, recording a demo tape and sending it to the only person he knew in Los Angeles, Bud Harner, who would get him his first record deal.   He is married to Michelle Culbertson,also known by her stage name Micaela Haley, and they live in Los Angeles, CA. In an interview, Culbertson revealed that he met his wife in college through his first bass player Sharay Reed who had met Michelle at the World of Music Festival in Nashville, Tennessee where they both won awards at the age of 16. Michelle, originally a violinist, won for Best Concert Master and Sharay Reed for Best Soloist. They both were reintroduced to one another at DePaul University two years later. At the end of their Freshman year together Sharay introduced Michelle to Brian telling them that they would make a good match.His wife contributed background vocals on his earlier albums and a feature vocal on his Christmas CD, A Soulful Christmas.   Michelle and Brian have worked together on many projects. The first of which were commercials for McDonald's, Nintendo and State Farm to name a few during Brian's years as a commercial writer under Cliff Colnot. They went on to work on the album Be Still my Soul originally for Pianodisc which was then released as a solo project under their joint record label. In 2008 RCA classical and pop division took notice of a demo that Michelle and Brian had worked on together that was a hybrid of opera and electronica. RCA pop division was bought up by Jive records but Michelle and Brian continued work on their project which became Syren. Michelle changed her name to Micaela Haley for the record due to the genre switch of the Be Still my Soul album and the musical theatre album "Michelle Culbertson Sings Broadway Favorites" that was done for. Although heavily influenced by funk, Culbertson also works with many other musicians in the R&B and jazz arena, often as a composer and arranger. Culbertson is credited with working with Maurice White, Bootsy Collins, Ledisi, Musiq Soulchild, Larry Graham, Avant, Faith Evans, Kenny Lattimore, Vivian Green, Stokley Williams from Mint Condition, Rahsaan Patterson, Noel Gourdin, Brian McKnight, Ray Parker Jr., Boney James, Chris Botti, Earl Klugh, Dave Koz, Peter White, Richard Elliot, Jeff Lorber, Michael Lington and legendary A&M Records composer and producer Herb Alpert.   Culbertson plays Mason & Hamlin pianos and Roland keyboards and has appeared at the NAMM Show.   Culbertson has written and produced over 28 #1 contemporary smooth singles on the R&R, Gavin and Billboard Radio charts. Singles include "So Good" and "On My Mind" from Secrets, "Get It On" and "All About You" from Nice & Slow, "Hookin' Up" and "Let's Get Started" from It's on Tonight, "Always Remember" from Bringing Back The Funk, "That's Life" from XII, "Your Smile" from Dreams, "Think Free" from LIVE - 20th Anniversary Tour, "Been Around The World" from Funk! in addition to many more with other artists such as Norman Brown, Bob James, Dave Koz, Eric Marienthal, Rick Braun, Steve Cole, Eric Darius and Michael Lington.   In 2013, he announced on his blog that he was working on his fourteenth album,the album Another Long Night Out was released on February 25, 2014 and was going to revisit his earlier roots in contemporary jazz. In 2015, he released a second live album "20th Anniversary Tour" while performing at jazz club Yoshi's and, subsequently, he also released a solo piano album for yoga and meditation.Brian released his 15th album in 2016, Funk! which was followed up with a world tour. In September 2017, Culbertson announced his Indiegogo campaign for his Colors of Love album, set to release on Feb. 14, 2018. The album will be followed with a U.S. tour from March 2018 to June 2018.
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