Paul Jost is an eclectic artist — a vocalist, harmonicist, guitarist, drummer and composer/arranger. His vocals are so soulful that reviewer Buster Maxwell wrote … “he nearly single-handedly reclaims the male voice as a valid and critically important jazz instrument.” Paul’s newest CD – “Can’t Find My Way Home” – was released in August, 2013 on Dot Time Records by The Jost Project with vibraphonist Tony Miceli, bassist Kevin MacConnell and drummer Charlie Patierno. When Jazz in Europe reviewed it, the critic said, “I just love this CD. The Jost Project is without a doubt one of the most creative bands I have heard in years and vocalist Paul Jost one of the best male jazz vocalists that I have heard since Mark Murphy.” Paul will have a solo CD for release in 2014. Among his many music collaborations, Paul sings with the Diane Monroe Quintet, performs duos with pianist Frank Strauss, with flutist Mark Adler and with bassist Tim Lekan. He and Lekan are also members of Antfarm Quartet with pianist Jim Ridl and drummer Bob Shomo. A prolific composer, Paul has written over 40 CD’s for major music libraries that are heard daily in over 750 markets throughout the United States. His highly acclaimed song “Book Faded Brown” has been recorded by The Band, Carl Perkins and Rick Danko. For more information, please visit www.pauljostmusic.com.
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