We are excited to share our new Album from El Swing! & The Alchemists titled, "Y=F (x). Available now wherever you get your music! You may also download it in the Official Swing Entertainment Store.
PRE-ORDER El Swing! & The Alchemists debut album titled, "Y = f (X)" and receive the album NOW before the release date of July 23rd, 2021. After the release date, the sales price will be removed and will list for $9.99.
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Swing Entertainment, spearheaded by the extraordinary vision of El Swing! continues to add artists/musicians/illustrators to it's list of talented pool and resources that make Swing Entertainment a powerhouse of talent, ready to launch on our own internal projects as well as outside freelance projects produced by us. If you would like to reach out to us and inquire about working with our production staff, email or contact us.
Current List Of Artists
Matt Bissonette (bass / Elton John)
Joseph Patrick Moore (bass / mix engineer / Earl Klugh/Cirque Du Soleil)
Scott Lasater (drums / freelance studio musician)
Tony Pia (drums / Doobie Brothers)
John Jorgenson (guitar / Bonnie Raitt/Bob Dylan)
Dan Baraszu (guitar / solo artist)
Rob Blue (engineer / Walt Disney Imagineering)
Sam Skelton (horns and woodwinds / Quincy Jones/Train/Matchbox 20)
Robbie Rosen (vocals / American Idol Season 10)
Denise Stewart-Bates (vocals / solo artist)
Tom Narey (illustration / Freelance)
El Swing! & The Alchemists debut album features many talented artists and musicians. The Album (title still to be determined) is currently being mixed by producer/bassist Joseph Patrick Moore (Las Vegas, NV) and mastered by Dan Shike c/o of Tone and Volume Mastering (Nashville, TN).
Swing Entertainment is looking at July 23rd, 2021 for the release date. Sign up on our mailing list to be the first to know on future developments about El Swing! & The Alchemists as well as other future productions/projects that we will be launching.
Guitarist John Jorgenson recorded "Celina" in a hotel room in Amsterdam while on tour with Elton John. Below is a video of John recording the song.
Note: This is an iPhone video. Because of the recording isolation, the guitar volume is low on the video. The hear the final song, listen below.