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Curt Chambers has been a touring guitarist with some of the biggest names in music, like Diddy, LL Cool J and Eminem. Now, the Grammy-nominated songwriter/singer is stepping into the spotlight as a solo artist.
Get to know this Philly native's musical side with his new solo project. His debut album "One Way Ticket" fuses rock, hip-hop, pop and soul. And, if you're a fan of his guitar skills, you won't be disappointed with his guitar riffs on the album.
Insider Tip: Curt's debut album "One Way Ticket" drops today. Download his album for FREE here!
The album features production by Grammy nominated producer/songwriter Ivan Barias of the powerhouse production team Carvin and Ivan (Keyshia Cole, Estelle, Musiq Soulchild, Chris Brown, Ledisi). "One Way Ticket" also borrows the pen of Grammy nominated songwriters Robert "Rob A" Allen (Chris Brown "Forever and Rihanna "Disturbia") and Kristal "Tytewriter" Oliver (Dirty Money, Cassie, Raheem Devaughn). Durrell Bishop and Terrell Roper lend their pen to the socially conscious "New America" which touches on the recent woes in America and the optimism needed to overcome and thrive as a country again. Other musical contributors are bassist Dwayne Moore (N.E.R.D.) and Keyboard players Johnnie "Smurf" Smith (Common), Dana Sorey (Tye Tribbett) , Irvin Washington (John Legend, J. Cole) and Richard "Tubbs" Smith (Mary Mary).
Marsha Ambrosius: Friends & Lovers Tour When: Wednesday, March 19, 8:30p.m. Where: Theater of Living Arts, 334 South Street Cost: $20-$25 More Info: Buy tickets online here. Calling all the lovers: On March 19, R&B songstress and songwriter Marsha Ambrosius is coming to the Theater of Living Arts (TLA)…
NAS: Time Is Illmatic Tour When: Sunday, October 5, 8 p.m. Where: The Keswick Theater, 291 N Keswick Avenue, Glenside, PA Cost: $37-79 More Info: Click here to buy tickets. This fall, Nas is hitting the road for a US tour, performing music from the project that launched his…
Black Milk When: Saturday, October 18, 8 p.m. Where: Johnny Brenda's, 1201 N. Frankford Avenue Cost: $15 More Info: Click here for tickets. After landing his first production credit for underground hip-hop squad Slum Village in 2002, Black Milk went on to become a celebrated producer and rapper. Few…