Archive for April 5th, 2015

Jerome Epps – Eclectic Fusion

Eclectic FusionBorn in Washington DC, Jerome Epps began to embrace music at a very young age. With his father being an accomplished jazz saxophonist, Jerome would listen to his dad practice for hours to the likes of Miles, Coltrane, Bird, Sergio Mendes, Antonio Carlos Jobim, and the virtual who’s who of jazz. Oddly enough, as a youngster Jerome’s first music teacher was Roberta Flack (of “Killing Me Softly” fame) who taught him within the D.C. public school system. Years later he studied Music Education at Howard University where he met Dizzy Gillespie at a Latin-Jazz seminar. A priceless experience indeed.

Later, after moving west, Jerome finished his education at San Jose State University where he studied classical and jazz guitar. Hence, this musical path has led to Jerome’s CD releases “Eclectic Fusion” & “INFINITE GROOVE” which delivers an amazing blend of acoustic/electric contemporary smooth jazz. Both CDs are available now for download, digital mp3 tracks and physical CDs. It’s an “Infinite Groove”.

Enjoy! Eclectic Fusion now at CDBaby.