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Chris Standring
Groovalicious

  • I Ain‘t Mad Atcha
  • Miss Downtown Sugar Girl
  • All In Good Time
  • Say What?!
  • Hypnotize
  • Gentle Persuasion
  • Come Back Home
  • Fat Tuesday
  • Snowfall
  • Groovaliscious
  • Ray Of Sunlight
  • Shadow Dance
  • Do What You Do
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CHRIS STANDRING
Chris Standring’s Groovalicious came out of the gate — HOT! The single, Miss Downtown Sugar Girl, “flies off the scale — it’s one of those rare, infectious, incredible songs that makes everyone who I’ve played it for nod their head and say, “day-am!” says Rafe Gomez at The Groove Boutique. Chris Standring’s artistic excellence is on full display on Groovalicious — Jonathan Woodran at Jazziz calls it “a brilliant collection of tracks that could very well be his best work to date.”


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“Replete with the intoxicating west coast vibe that Standring effortlessly incorporates into much of his work…certain to get in your head and not go away…Standring’s soulful guitar shimmers throughout…the stuff of which musical dreams are made…delivers another absolute stunner…a joy from beginning to end…all set to be one of the sensations of the year.”
Smooth Jazz Therapy

“Groovalicious is Chris Standring’s throwback to an era where disco was only the queen in music. Groovalicious is king!”
Norm Breest — Jazz Review.com

“When I check out new tracks, I listen for four things: production, performance, songcraft, and – most importantly – groove. Chris’ “Miss Downtown Sugar Girl” flies off the scale on each one. It’s one of those rare, infectious, incredible songs that makes everyone who I’ve played it for nod their head and say “day-am!” If I need to pump up the pace of my mix show or energize a crowd when I’m spinning in a club, “Miss Downtown Sugar Girl” is my go-to secret weapon. With a song this scorching, I can only imagine how hot the actual “sugar girl” is who inspired it!”
Rafe Gomez — The Groove Boutique

“From Wes Montgomery infected octave melodies, to funky wah-wah pedal laced rhythm parts to some tasteful blues based licks, Standring covers it all and with authority.”
Darin Scott — Tune Up Magazine

“Standring integrates himself among the musically elite and develops a style all his own.”
Tina Salazar — Gavin

“Benson-like precision and technique, and brilliant vibe-intensive production.”
Jonathan Widran — Jazziz

“Standring has both taste and discipline. He is the most promising jazz guitarist to emerge from England since Ronnie Jordan and Peter White.”
Larry Hollowel — WJCD 105.3 FM

“Some of the best guitar work around.”
Smooth Jazz 105.9

“One of my favourite guitarists!”
Peter White

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