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Rick Braun – Trumpet (1~5,7,9,11), Valve Trombone (1~4,7,9~11), Flugelhorn (4,6,8,10), Keyboards (10,11)

Brian Culbertson – Piano (2)

Phil Davis – Keyboards (2)

Brandon Fields – Tenor And Baritone Sax (1,7,9), Baritone Sax (3,11)

Mike Finnigan – Hammond B3 (3)

Richard Freemont – Flute (4,10)

Jon Gilutin – Hammond B3 (1,11)

Sergio Gonzalez – Drums (11)

Euge Groove – Tenor Sax (3,11)

Adam Hawley – Guitar (2,4~5,8~10)

Randy Jacobs – Guitar (1,3,6,11)

Nathaniel Kearney, Jr. – Bass (1,4~10), Additional Bass (3)

Dave Koz – Tenor Sax (5)

Braylon Lacy – Bass (2)

Jeff Lorber – Keyboards And Guitar (7,9)

Tony Moore – Drums (7)

Nate Phillips – Bass (11)

Frank (Third) Richardson – Drums (1~6,8~10)

Philippe Saisse – Keyboards (1,4~6,8)

Freddie Washington – Bass (3)

Elliott Yamin – Vocals (3)

Ramon Yslas – Percussion (1~11)

Rick Braun

Can You Feel It

You can feel his genuine sense of gratitude as much as you can feel the joy he pours into his music and the fun he has creating it. On Can You Feel It, Braun fondly conjures the spirit of Beat Street in a return to his jazz-funk roots while continuing to record and collaborate with old and new musical friends.

If you’ve ever seen Rick Braun perform, you know what a high-energy entertainer he is. But ask him to talk about his career and the gregarious, charismatic musician-songwriter-producer becomes visibly uncomfortable and awkwardly quiet.

“The collective moments are one big unfolding story that’s still not done. I just sit back and be grateful to still be making music with friends,” says the humble trumpeter-flugelhorn player-vocalist Braun, a consistent chart-topper who has amassed a catalogue of No. 1 Billboard Contemporary Jazz chart and radio hits throughout his solo career that began in earnest in 1992.

Braun has not only crafted his own definitive hits that have been radio staples since the ‘90s, but he’s produced No. 1 hits for David Benoit, Marc Antoine and former Rod Stewart band sidekick Jeff Golub. He’s achieved collaborative success on massive hits with Boney James, as a member of RnR with saxman Richard Elliot and with BWB, a powerhouse trio completed by Grammy® winners Kirk Whalum and Norman Brown.

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