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Excellent new album from former Trombonist Jeff Bradshaw recorded live in a small theatre with many great vocalists, in a similar style to Snarky Puppy’s excellent Family Dinner album. The album features and is co-produced by Robert Glasper. Eric Roberson and Tweet feature on ‘All time love’ a superb mid tempo number, Kim Burrell really shines on the 9 minute opus ‘Love’. Bilal, Marsha Ambrosius , Trombone Shorty (on the funky New Orleans Groove) and Take Six also are amongst the strong line up. It is one of those records that makes you wish you had been there.



Jeff Bradshaw is an award-winning trombone player, recording artist and bandleader who has performed and recorded with Jill Scott, Jay Z, Michael Jackson, The Roots, Marsha Ambrosius and many more.

Jeff has been at the center of the Neo-soul movement that emerged out of Philadelphia, becoming an important influencer of that eclectic scene. Like recent best-sellers by Robert Glasper, his two acclaimed solo albums have delivered a unique fusion of R&B, Jazz and Gospel. 

For Home, which is co-produced by Robert Glasper, Bradshaw brought together a stellar lineup of great vocalists and musicians backed by a killer 20 piece band at Philadelphia’s premiere arts venue, The Kimmel Center, for a once-in-a-lifetime performance recorded in front of a rapturous sold-out audience. Highlights include Kim Burrell’s stunning 9-minute performance of “Love,” Marsha Ambrosius’ emotional rendition of a previously unrecorded original song, and Bilal’s intense version of the Enchantment’s classic “Where Do We Go From Here.”

The album includes a bonus cut studio version of “All Time Love” featuring Tweet, Robert Glasper and Eric Roberson.



You can listen to the best of Jeff Bradshaw on our Featured Artists Airtime Program on

Mondays, Thursday, Saturday and Sundays at 18h CET on OneLuvFM

Home: One Special Night At The Kimmel Center

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