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Zach Bridges

Rank #2 US Portsmouth, VA Jazz / Chillout / Classic Rock / Solo Piano

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Sounds Like: Joe Sample, Bobby Lyle, Brian Culbertson Official, Roger Smith, Alex Bugnon

Label: ZAFACOM Records

Manager: Faith S. Bridges

Bio: Zach Bridges has been performing and composing music since the age of 13. For over three decades, he provided excellent accompaniment, performance, and/or music direction in a variety of situations, from church and military choirs to weddings to live bands of any genre. Currently, Zach regularly ... See Full Bio

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Zach Bridges has a show on 08/23/2014 at 08:30 PM @ Blu Frog Bar & Grill in Chesapeake, VA http://www.reverbnation.com/q/501pzi #concert

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  • Firstfruits_rev_1_1500
    First Fruits Released on Dec 1, 2013
  • Meditation_text1_1000_revised
    Meditation - Single Released on Jul 11, 2013
  • Dscf4545
    Commercial & Corporate... Released on Jun 7, 2013

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    Aug 23


    Chesapeake, VA, US | 8:30pm
    Blu Frog Bar & Grill
    Chesapeake, VA, US
    Sat Aug 23 8:30pm

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    Great LIVE classic rock, with yours truly on keyboards :-). For more info about The Karma Kings, visit our website @ www.thekarmakingsrock.com.

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    Aug 30


    Chesapeake, VA, US | 9:00pm
    Wild Wing Cafe
    Chesapeake, VA, US
    Sat Aug 30 9:00pm

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    Great LIVE classic rock, with yours truly on keyboards :-). For more info about The Karma Kings, visit our website @ www.thekarmakingsrock.com.

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  • Shiong On Jay (Artist) Shiong On Jay
    Wonderful ambient sound!
  • Robert Steven Hunt (Artist) Robert Steven Hunt
    Beautiful music that touches the soul, absolutely stunning performances, you are a very talented & gifted artist! God Bless you! Keep up the awesome work. Outstanding! My v...
  • ambar das (Artist) ambar das
    gr8 music, love it...
  • Kevin Malcolm (Artist) Kevin Malcolm
    Hi Zach. "These Hands". What a great piece. Kevin.
  • Drew Davidsen (Artist) Drew Davidsen
    Great to see you here! Drew
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Q: Would love to have a critique of my music by a christian artist with your style. If you're interested, please listen to several of my songs and leave me commentary. I'm interested in an honest review.
A: Hi Gary. First, I apologize for the delay in answering your question. An uninvited guest named Sandy was a major distraction. Don't worry - all is well! As for a critique...thank you for your question. I do not take this lightly, for when artists ask me to do this for them I make sure I do justice by setting aside time and have an open ear and mind. That said, I randomly listened to four of your tunes in their entirety: I Love You, If You Could See What I See, Seedless Grapes, and Northern Lights. In general, while you describe your music as "new age/funk", these tunes demonstrate a composition range that makes each song clearly stand on it's own. You're not afraid to offer up YOUR work and identity. By this I mean, a typical cookie cutter pop song (whether jazz, R&B, rock) follows a form such as ABABCB. And that is understandable and justifiable for marketing and connecting with the listener. You don't have "typical" music in that regard, which is a good thing. There is still an audience for pure music as poured from the soul, that connects with them. My early compositions in the 80's and 90's were very similar to yours. My intent is to re-record them (they're on old cassette tapes) and offer them for listening like you are here. In your case, you present some high quality, clean recordings that are also tight musically. Too often people ask me to "check out my CD" but it sounds terrible technically and musically. See, I think we all have our God-given giftings to offer the world. One of my favorite scriptures is Proverbs 18:16. I don't look at from the perspective of "my talent will make me famous" but as when I freely offer up my gift as given to me, opportunities will present themselves to continue to do so and to the audience He purposed me to reach. But I - we - should always offer our best effort. Even when we don't have big budgets for things like studio time, let's use what has already been placed before us (Psalm 23:5)!

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