Zolbert – One

Smooth Jazz is spreading worldwide, including in Europe. Coming from Hungary young saxophonist Zolbert presents his debut album One (2015). He calls as his idols and inspirations Grover Washington, Jr., David Sanborn, Everette Harp, Dave Koz, Gerald Albright and Brian Culbertson.

With the Grover Washington, Jr. Memorial Band he is playing regularly in Budapest and also in Switzerland. Supported by 90.9 Jazzy, Budapest’s leading jazz station he soon earned a contract with Tom-Tom Records, one of Hungary’s best-known independent labels.

Zolbert is joined on the recordings by a major league of Hungarian musicians listed below. With Smile Zolbert launches his charm offensive. Melody, rhythm and arrangement are oriented to the fashionable conventions of the genre. Frappé is French and comes from the verb frapper which means to hit. The shaking and mixing is presented by keyboard sound and forms the basis for a refreshing music.

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