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R&B-Jazz Guitarist Gregory Goodloe Finds Hope “Somewhere Out There”

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The new single “Somewhere Out There”, co-written and produced by Adam Hawley, drops August 27.

After releasing the single, “Cool Like That,” R&B-jazz guitarist Gregory Goodloe attempted to stay calm early in the COVID-19 pandemic despite the uncertainty and concern for his mother’s health. As we move closer to the other side of the pandemic, the man of faith ventured out earlier this year with a single, “Step’N Out,” that he wrote with fellow guitarist Adam Hawley. Combining their energy felt so good that the pair re-teamed to write the hopeful new single, “Somewhere Out There,” which drops August 27 on Hip Jazz Records.

As the world continues to recover and reemerge from the coronavirus, the Denver-based Goodloe is focused on moving forward. Produced by Hawley, Goodloe co-wrote “Somewhere Out There” to encourage and inspire. With a midtempo groove anchored by drummer Eric Valentine and bassist Melvin Brown, Goodloe’s lyrical fretwork and cool-toned electric jazz guitar calisthenics evoke his iconic influencers: George Benson and Wes Montgomery.

For more information, visit https://gregorygoodloe.com.


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