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Andre Delano

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Biography

Andre Delano has demonstrated his amazing ability to woo a crowd with his saxophone time and time again. His live performances are energetic and dynamic with an incredible sensual undertone that is quite surreal. It is no wonder why his upcoming project "My So Fine," is a collection of 14 original songs with a mix of vocals and instrumentals that will turn an evening with a slight romantic spark into a night of hot passionate fire. The CD starts with the hot Latin flavored "Sista Caliente." Andre teams with Arranger-Producer Sir Gant (Anita Baker, Peabo Bryson, Madonna) on the reggae induced "Once My Love." Delano showcases his beautiful vocal skills on the title track "My So Fine" as well as "The Da Da Song," which is very reminiscent of Motown's Jr. Walker and the All Stars. "That Much (I Love U)" also has an old school feel that puts you in the mind of Al Green and Ronald Isley. The song that Andre calls a "lyrical vow", "I Do," is certain to become the next timeless wedding song. We walk down memory lane with Andre to his college days with the aptly titled "College Sweetheart" and "JSU Jam" that gives off the marching band feel of being back at a college football half-time show. We are graced by the presence of smooth jazz keyboardist Kevin Toney on the heartfelt "Soultie," and trumpeter Greg Adams is the featured performer on the wedding ceremonial, "First Dance." Andre continues his sexy saxophone prowess on the romantic ballads, "More Than Words Can Say," which reminds you of a sax-seducing Prince song and "Get To You," a cross-breed of Earth Wind and Fires’ "That's the Way of the World" and Rose Royce's "I Want To Get Next To You." Andre ends the CD with an upbeat "Home Sweet Home" and a self-induced cover song with an instrumental version of "The Da Da Song."

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