RAZZ BAND is a music collaboration of some of the finest musicians in Chicagoland, featuring original songs written by Tommy “Guitar” Balistrieri and co-arranged by Jim Johnson. From the unique combination of Rock and Jazz styles, the name RAZZ was born. With a touch of funk, soul of the blues, the force of rock, and the passion of Jazz, their original style is truly unique.















New York City’s fifth borough Staten Island, home of talented artists such as The Wu-tang clan, Christine Aguilera, Force MD’s, Eamon, Frankee, and Jennifer Arroyo. Now comes SamiJay, a talented duo ready to bring their music to the world. Executive producer Robert Young states the group’s sounds and vocals remind him of the talented Amy Winehouse.


Samijay is a songwriting and production duo who became friends while working at a music studio. Members Julia Aponte (Julia Solo) and Samantha Frank (Sami Jo) combine to bring you some amazing music.


Audiences will be amazed by the musicianship talents of Julia Solo who plays guitar, piano, drums, and bass. Combined with her songwriting and singing partner Sami Jo, who is compared to her early influences, Etta James, Amy Winehouse, and Anita O’Day. Samijay’s album, Melodies in My Head, will be released this year on J&R Entertainment.


While working for a studio Sami Jo and Julia Solo became aware of their talents, when Julia Solo presented Sami Jo with an original track she had been working on. Within the hour, a song was written by Sami Jo, recorded, and these two talents realized how great they work together. Five songs collaborating, the ladies decided it’s time to share their creations and talents with the world. The birth of Samijay. These original recordings will be on the upcoming album Melodies in My head.


What can be said about Samijay is that they are creative and talented. The entertainment world will embrace this young new talent. Samijay is destined for stardom.











David Wolfe





“I’ve never limited myself to a single genre, instrument, or career. Akin to the wolf, I am stylistically omnivorous.” – David Wolfe, BMI.



David Wolfe is a singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist, born in Winnipeg, Canada. It was there as a child he discovered a love of nature and animals, including his favorite – the wolf. At the age of six, David’s family David Wolfe moved to L.A. It was there, on the West Coast, the sounds of the surf-soaked sixties beckoned him toward a life in the entertainment business. While David left his first paw prints in Manitoba, this “Wolfe’s” tracks would eventually lead around the world.


David Wolfe is humble by nature. However, if you get a chance to visit his studio in rural Oregon and view the photos on the wall, he may talk a bit about his life. As a teenager, his bands opened for A-List artists. Later in his career, he had the opportunity to work with Hollywood legends and in hit television shows. However, for Wolfe, it’s not the places his tracks have been, it’s where they’re going.


“I’m a ‘Wolfe, they’ll eat anything to survive, and I’m a stylistic omnivore,” explains David. Before Wolfe was able to read books, he had learned to read music. His first instrument was the piano, and by the age of twelve David was into the guitar and developing a vocal prowess in the church choir. As a senior David Wolfein high school, he performed live at his senior prom and was the lead guitarist and vocalist for a successful band he had formed, called the Korques. Wolfe enrolled at UCLA and earned a degree in Motion Pictures, Television, and Radio.


In college, David landed opening gigs for notable acts including Sonny & Cher, The Byrds, and The Turtles. “Those performances gave me invaluable experience at a young age,” Wolfe adds. At UCLA, he also worked as a campus DJ, and this allowed him to further add to his ever-expanding knowledge of musical genres. “I was into it all -The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, José Feliciano, The Association … Heck, cue up some ‘Louie, Louie!’ If it sounded good, I listened,” David explains.


During the Vietnam War, Wolfe enlisted in the U.S. Army, which noticed his unique skill set and education in entertainment. He served as an Entertainment Specialist in places such as Alabama and Hawaii. The Army gave him the ability to think fast on stage and do improvisation.


“I worked as a cameraman, had a TV show, and even wrote and acted in a Broadway-style musical,” Wolfe explains. After the war ended, Wolfe continued in the U.S. Army Reserves, working with the Armed Forces Radio and Television Network.


After serving his country, Wolfe returned to L.A. and landed a wide-array of David Wolfe jobs in Hollywood with the NBC Television Network. David looks back, “I worked various roles doing everything from being an actor and script consultant to a general assistant for shows like Hollywood Squares, Wheel of Fortune, and actors like Dean Martin and Johnny Carson.” He also worked in movies, appeared as an extra in television shows and composed arrangements and theme songs.


By 1988, the “scent” of Hollywood no longer made sense and the “Wolfe” hit the trail back to nature and to what he knew best, being a one-man-band. He relocated to a place that he felt much more like the forests of Manitoba – rural Oregon. David set up a studio, hired a manager and became serious about writing songs and performing. He tapped his instrument skills and knowledge of production and engineering to successfully book and market himself, long before the digital music revolution.


Over the years, David Wolfe’s styles have run the gamut; from jazz, adult contemporary and rock, all the way to country and even retro pop. His music is sometimes tongue-in-cheek, sometimes poignant and autobiographical – yet The Best of David Wolfe; there are always meaningful storylines. Even new fans, looking at his album titles, can gather there’s a story to be told as they read almost like a sentence; Been There Done That, Jager Shot Love, My Stuff Still Works, and Wolfe’s most recent album – Best of David Wolfe. For 2018 and beyond, David is actively placing music into TV, and film licensing and sync deals through his BMI affiliated publishing company.


David Wolfe can stalk and subsist on the very scent and style of sound. It is his seemingly storybook past that makes his musical tracks so interesting to follow. He can be part of a pack, the leader of one, or exist as that omnivorous loner and one-man-band that howls at the moon. The entertainment business is a “dog-eat-dog” world. Is it no wonder then this “Wolfe” has left his tracks around the world, and almost all the other dogs behind in Hollywood?








Saachi drops a soul-stirring, artistic and enjoyable song titled

“I Need Real Love”.

The relevance of the soulful voice of the female vocalist is beyond description; inspiring, fascinating and emotional. The voice is extraordinarily rich with a twist of orchestral kind of tune grounded on skillful combination of instruments that are entertaining. The song is deeply touchy with a steady rhythm and genuine flow. The vocal ability of the vocalist amplifies the song to another higher level with nothing but an incredible performance that will make the listeners to get lost in excitement.

The song can be said to be a fusion of Jazz and Pop partnering with an orchestral vocals that makes the song to be extraordinary.

Her gentle style of singing is highly emotional, striking and appealing. The rich vocals remain the sugar to the tea of this beautiful song. Wordings are clear and easy to sing along with such an excellent singer.

– Broadtube Music Channel