Roy Young, the living voice of James Brown, an astonished groove and a true "black vocal" that literally penetrates the heart of the listener. Unrestrained temperament, energy and complete commitment at the stage - inspires and cheers up everyone who has ever heard about this guru of soul music.
A sophisticated melodiousness created by the dichotomy of the enchanting saxophone and velvety voice that catches the eye ... Oleg Kireyev and Roy Young – a real show of outstanding artists who remain remembered.
ROY YOUNG (JAZZ, SOUL, VOCAL) JAMAIKA
￼Roy Young is an explosive soul singer with a truly unique and unforgettable voice! Born in the hills of Jamaica in a shanty with no running water or electricity, Roy's love for soul music started at a very early age. He moved to England at the age of 13, and two years later he dropped out of school to go on the road with a nine-piece band. Roy Young has a unique and distinct voice. His phrasing and approach to the songs will blow you away. Definitely, one of the greatest vocal talents of our time.
OLEG KIREYEV (SAXOPHONE, JAZZ) RUSSIA
Kireyev lives and works between Europe and New York. His discography includes fifteen albums of different jazz music genres. Born in Baškirija (Ural, Russia), started his music career with jazz music including elements of Baška folk music at the turn of the 80s and 90s. He attended jazz school working for several years in Poland, and the homeland of jazz – America – conquested with the ethno-jazz project "Feng Shui Jazz Theater". For this project he also received his first Grammy nomination in 2008.
Like many great jazz musicians, Oleg is not afraid to experiment with classical jazz with a small band, developing parallel projects in the field of ethno jazz, world music and smooth jazz that allow him to remain discerned in a very diverse audience.
"Incredibly good, full of enthusiasm, stylish and top-notch," – Americans say about the sound of his saxophone. "Energy - collective, flexibility - amazing. Education – a broad range,", says the Russians.