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“I will begin by telling you about Gabriel Bey. He lives in Phoenix, Arizona. He started his band, Spooky Cool” in 2007. He is such a fine musician that even the (MFSB Orchestra) would be proud to include him as a performer of their historical musical works. I wrote and produced one song on the Philly classic: “Love Is The Message” album. And there was a Trumpet-lead written into the arrangement that I know that Gabriel Bey would play beautifully. That song is entitled: “Bitter Sweet,” that I wrote with Jack Faith of TSOP. His trumpet playing is as clear as the bell that rings at Philadelphia’s City Hall daily. I would also like to suggest that he has a capable band that plays along with him. And now I would love to hear Gabriel Bey on some East Coast Jazz-fusion material. I suspect that he would excel playing anything that the Jazz music greats have composed. That is why Gabriel Bey and his band are featured today, and are so recommended by me for all to hear, hire and enjo”
"The music of Spooky Kool at a recent Salon was spooky good, and a prime example of the great musical performances -- jazz and otherwise -- provided by Spirit of the Senses." - Brad Christensen Gabriel Bey, aka Spooky Kool has enchanted the musical memories of those that have attended Spirit of the Senses the past few years. This summer Spooky Kool brought his new band together and performed original songs from their new CD, "The Spirit of Spooky Kool." Some of the new recordings are posted on (https://myspace.com/spookykool) in advance of the CD release with songs such as the catchy melody ‘Hold Me’ with vocalist and keyboard artist Sandra Bassett. The band also consists of guitarist Pete Mello, drummer Phil Jazen, and bassist Jeff Lokensgard Alicia Crumpton attended this summer’s salon said “Gabriel Bey’s Spooky Kool, music defies rigid categorization. While listening at the salon, I experienced the sensation of settling into my chair living the music, fearing it woul
““It’s not necessarily about bringing people from other parts of the Valley or State here,” quoted Spooky Kool. “It’s about growing your arts community where you are, so you don’t have to drive to another city to enjoy the arts; so you can have live arts where you live. You have to have arts and culture to truly experience life.””