Robert Miller’s, Project Grand Slam, is gearing up for a busy fall with their latest release of their single featuring their unique take on Jimi Hendrix’s Fire. The song showcases Guest Vocalist
Kat Robichaud from NBC’s The Voice, who
lends her rock n’ roll and glam roots to the song and the related video. This cover of Fire is unlike any other.
It’s a sexy, smoldering version that captures the full emotion of the
On October 16th PGS will release their new
full length album that includes the singles New
York City Groove and Fire as well
as two tracks recorded “live” at the world famous Blue Note Jazz Club in New
York City. All of the songs on the album
(except for Fire) were composed by Robert and reflect the band’s distinctive
trademark sound and feel.
The band’s most recent single, released on
July 10th, is Robert’s catchy, snazzy New York City Groove, also featuring Kat Robichaud on vocals. The song is “a love letter to my NYC home,”
says Robert, leader/bassist/composer for PGS. In the month since its release, the Groove video has been viewed over 85,000
times on YouTube, and the instrumental version of the song is moving up the
charts on jazz radio.
video (http://smarturl.it/NYCGroove) contains Kat and others doing
their own “Groove move”, which in turn has spawned a “Groove Movement” of
people dancing their own “move” to the song.
PGS is inviting everyone to join the “Groove Movement” by creating their
own individual “Groove Move” video and
uploading the video to any of their social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter,
Instagram, etc.) using the hashtag #GrooveMovement.
The band has decided to donate 10% of the
sales from New York City Groove to
three New York City based art and culture non-profit organizations that benefit
underprivileged and inner-city children.
“I thought it was appropriate for
us to align the success of New York City Groove with our support for several
NYC-based arts non-profits that provide great programs and services for
children in need,” said Robert, adding: “It’s
our way of ‘playing it forward’.”
October 7, 2015 – The Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3-
New York City
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