Songs for TV by Sandbloom
Well, I get it! Big time! I experienced Sandbloom for myself and so now I need to tell you about him so that perhaps you can do the same.
What I like about Kevin is that he is the entire package; at least he was in this performance. He was his own rhythm section, back up vocals, lead singer, and … crew. Before the performance started I watched him as he prepared to entertain and that was the beginning of the good vibes and the good experience. There was easiness there, a sense of being and purpose, and an unspoken promise that you would be getting your money’s worth.
Sandbloom sang a number of original tunes, and a few covers, and one tune he covered in particular left us all speechless. It was Sade’s tune “Is It A Crime.” He came “this close” to outshining Sade - “this close” and, I imagine you’re saying, but isn’t he a man … YES, he is a man, and he made that song a man’s song and it rocked!
That brings up the subject of his voice. Intriguing, soulful, dynamic voice with acres of range and a whole lot of similarities to a number of great artists. There is a fraction of Marvin Gaye, a dash of Michael Bolton, a smidgen of Al Green, and a whole lot of Kevin Sandbloom - a Sandbloom that holds his own with any of those mentioned before. That he looks like an Irish folk singer just adds spice to his presentation!
Now, what I would really like is to hear a few Sandbloom tunes in the background of some of my favorite television shows. That’s what I was thinking while I was listening, and, as if he read my mind he mentioned that one of his tunes was recently the background tune in an episode of “Lincoln Heights.” I really hope there will be more of that in the near future.
Sandbloom has an active touring schedule and it includes a really good mix of venues. He could very possibly be coming to a town near you soon. He also has a number of available CDs you might want to pick up. You can find those on his Red Llama Music Label at www.kevinsandbloom.com.
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