Groove Fondue

Groove Fondue

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R & B - Contemporary | Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Total Song Plays: 435   
Member Since: 2020
   Last Login: 7/3/2020
   Sounds Like: Steely Dan, Jamiroquai

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Groove Fondue is a cross-genre songwriting/production team working out of Halifax, Nova Scotia comprised primarily of Don Dupuis and Mark Chatham.

Following the Steely Dan model, the focus is entirely on writing and recording high quality music. While bringing in some of the finest musicians to fulfill a variety of roles, the bulk of the guitar work is tracked by Mark and Don. Scott Ferguson (drums) and John Chiasson (bass) have been the "go to" rhythm battery over the years and always add depth, groove and focus to any composition with their top caliber of playing and command of their instuments. Other instrumentalists/vocalists are used when appropriate for the songs and we try to get the best for the job. We are currently producing both full length songs with vocals as well as instrumental cues in a variety of styles.


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OasisEntertainment posted over 30 days ago to Groove Fondue


Hello,
My name is Bob Levoy, and I am a U.S. Navy Veteran and music and concert reviewer. I have written over 3500 reviews since the 1980s for my blog Oasis Entertainment and for independent record labels, PR firms, festivals, venues and bands. I write reviews for all genres, except for hip hop, which is not my cup of tea.

In addition to all the independent labels and artists that I have been writing reviews for, I am currently an Author on Staff at Virtuosity Worldwide Arts & Entertainment Magazine, a subsidiary of Virtuosity Worldwide LLC. I write music reviews and do concert and festival interviews and reviews for their magazine.

I will still write reviews for my independent artists and labels in addition to the work I will be doing for Virtuosity Worldwide.

I do reviews in the following priority:
1. Vinyl (I prefer signed if available)
2. CD's (I also review older releases)
3. Digital Download
4. Singles (digital download) if I don't have anything else on my desk.
5. Streaming only if I don't have any of the above on my desk which is very rare. Streaming takes too much time and some cases with songs running together I am unable to tell one song from another.

I would also be interested in reviewing your bands music and reviewing your live performance if you are ever in my area. I do not ask for pay for my reviews, I only ask for either a signed Vinyl or CD and an X-large t-shirt that I wear to promote the bands.

You can contact me at one of the links below. Plus, I would love the opportunity to get my vinyl signed the bands.


Bob Levoy
Owner of Oasis Entertainment Blog
Writer for Virtuosity Worldwide Arts & Entertainment Magazine
204 Rainbow Drive
Jonesborough, Tennessee 37659
https://oasisentertainmentblog.word press.com
https://virtuositymagazine.com/
boblevoy@comcast.net


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Nigel Barrett posted over 30 days ago


Thanks so much for the bevies of Shoot The Breeze! I appreciate the words! As you may have gathered, apart from the bass it was played entirely on synth. Thanks again and good luck to you on your musical quest.


Bob Birthisel posted over 30 days ago


Thank you Groovers for the excellent review of "Cowboy" -- much appreciated, and I'm glad you like the production and instrumentation. That was my 1st song done in a studio back in 2015 (even though it was written in 1972). Worth the wait I guess!


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