Paul Jost is a rare talent – an eclectic artist with great skill as a vocalist, drummer, composer and arranger in genres that range from jazz to country and more. His vocals are so soulful that music critic, Buster Maxwell wrote … “he nearly single-handedly reclaims the male voice as a valid and critically important jazz instrument.”
Over the years, his musical talents extended to guitar and harmonica, but it’s his voice that truly makes him a standout. Paul has joined with vibraphonist Tony Miceli and bassist Kevin MacConnell in the group re-named The Jost Project, where they interpret classic rock in a jazz format. Their new CD, with drummer Charlie Patierno, is entitled Can't Find My Way Home and is being released by Dot Time Records, based in NY and in Europe, later in the summer, 2013. This highly anticipated CD has early listeners in Europe and the USA excited about its potential. Paul is honored to have another CD, a solo recording, in the works with Dot Time Records for later in the year. ...
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