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Timothy “Twizz” Bailey – Drum Programming (11), Bass (11), Keyboards (11)

D. Baker – Drum Programming (11)

Brian Bromberg – Acoustic Bass (12), Drum Programming (12)

Traci Brown – Background Vocals (11)

Keith Crouch – Drum Programming (1,2,4), Synth Bass (1,2,4), Keyboards (1,2,5), Background Vocals (1,2,4~6), Horn Arrangement (2), Synth Strings (4), All Instruments (6)

Javad Day – Keyboards (7), Synth Strings (7)

Derrick Edmondson – Saxophone (1,2)

Tara Ellis – Background Vocals (9)

Michael Hunter – Trumpet (2,8)

Jamey Jaz – Keyboards (3,9), Drum Programming (3,9), Guitar (3,9), Bass (9)

Agape Jerry – Guitars (3,9)

Jeff Lorber – Piano (12), Keyboards (12)

Cornelius Mims – Bass (7)

Audius Mtawaira – Drum Programming (7)

Johnny Onyx – Rap (6)

Octavia Pace – Background Vocals (11)

Rahsaan Patterson – Bass (1), Background Vocals (1~7,9~11), Tambourine (2), Horn Arrangement (2), Drum Programming (4,5), Keyboards (4,5), Vocal Production (12)

Tim Pierce – Guitars (5)

Trina Powell – Background Vocals (1)

Lisa Quercioli – Telephone Girl (6)

Ian Read – All Programming (8)

Erik Reichers – Bass (5)

Mikelyn Roderick – Background Vocals (3)

Jarrad Rogers – All Instruments (10)

John “Jubu” Smith – Bass (1), Background Vocals (1), Guitar (2,7,11)

Lance Tolbert – Organ (11)

Makala Williams – Background Vocals (1,6)

Kevin Wyatt – Bass (3)

Rahsaan Patterson

Wines & Spirits

Wines & Spirits showcases the evolution of an artist who crosses borders without fear. Nearly three years in the making, Wines & Spirits confirms why Rahsaan Patterson has influenced everyone from Van Hunt to Brandy.

“As an artist,” he says thoughtfully, “you know that influence and inspiration come from any and everything. And just how much something influences and inspires you can’t really be put into words and it can happen so quickly. You don’t even have to study it. You can see it, read it one time, hear it one time and it’s a part of your fiber. Longtime fans have watched Rah grow from the skinny, wide-eyed boy with the big eyes and bigger voice on the classic children’s show “Kids Incorporated” to one of the most influential yet underrated soul men on the planet. 

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