ORGONE (feat Adryon de Leon from MATADOR! SOUL SOUNDS) RELEASES NEW SINGLES CO-WRITTEN BY DETWEILER
The recent collaboration between Scott Detweiler and Orgone has produced two brand new songs:
"Big Day" and "Hound Dogs".
The Colmine Records release contains both songs on the same vinyl 45 record and is now available.
'MAGNIFICAT IN BLUE' LIVE IN CONCERT
Detweiler Music is proud to announce that Detweiler's "Magnificat In Blue"
will be performed live in concert, in its entirety, at the beautiful Holy Spirit Retreat Center in Encino, California.
The event will take place on Sunday, October 7, at 4:00 PM, in honor of the Our Lady of The Rosary feast day.
Featured performers will be Bill Johnston (clarinet/saxophone), John Kennedy (upright bass),
Phil Packard (percussion) and Scott Detweiler (guitar/vocals).
Tickets will be sold at the door on the day of the concert.
"MAGNIFICAT IN BLUE" FULL ALBUM NOW AVAILABLE
Detweiler's latest CD, "Magnificat In Blue", is a blues/jazz oratorio based on
The Annunciation (Angel Gabriel's visit to Mary) and the visitation of Mary and Elizabeth
as told in the bible (Luke 1:1 - 1:55).
“Scott Detweiler’s MAGNIFICAT IN BLUE is an exceptional piece of art. It could be titled Heart & Soul—an ‘eye-opening’ communion
of the heart of great New Orleans blues with the food-for-the-soul that all of us need who strive to live by the Word of God. I was particularly drawn to “Gabriel’s Song,” as it instantly provided a deeper feeling of God’s greatness for me, today—and it happened centuries ago! Thank you, Scott Detweiler for creating and performing this unique interpretation of the Magnificat!”
—Robert Hanley, author of Do You See What I See? Discovering the Obvious
The 45 minute piece is comprised of 10 (ten) tracks (8 vocal and 2 instrumental)
revealed through the voices of Elizabeth, Zechariah, Mary, and Angel Gabriel.
Be sure to order your copy and one for your loved one.
Listen To Scott Detweiler
Enjoy "St. John Bayou", Detweiler's haunting story of a man lost during a hurricane in New Orleans,
and a live recording of his arrangement of the Paul Desmond classic, "Take Five".