The newly released Maze tribute album, Silky Soul Music, features the likes of Musiq Soulchild, Joe, Raheem D’Vaughn, Ledisi, Mary J. Blige, the Clark Sisters, and Kevon of After 7 fame. The CD is the brainchild of Anthony Beverly, Frankie Beverly’s only child. The younger Beverly said he felt his father deserved the tribute, considering he hasn’t won “Grammys or American Music Awards or BET Awards.”
The tribute CD was produced by Pittsburgh native Rex Rideout, who grew up in the Sewickley suburbs. Rideout formerly played keyboards for Roy Ayers and remains a highly sought-after producer in Los Angeles and in New York City. Anthony Beverly served as executive producer. Sales of the new CD are continuing to explode, but obtaining access to the product is limited.
For more information about accessing the tribute CD, contact The Brantera Music Group and 101 Distributions.
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