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First Song from Michael Egleton’s new That’s Alright “The Rewind” Released

The first song from Michael Egleton’s new independent project, That’s Alright “The Rewind”, produced by Wes McCraw and Samuel Haygood with associate producers, KT Beats (Kevin Taylor Jr) and Dereck Gelespie,  has been released. This first cut, Pop “Rewound”, produced by Samuel Haygood, N-DA-Groove Productions, Atlanta, GA, is a smooth Jazz offering that seems as though it actually takes a breath midway into the song and then goes on to breathe life into your soul with it’s bumping bass line, Egleton’s signature piano riffs and new day musical accents, Pop “Rewound” is the first slice of this musical pie. This project is a remake of Egleton’s only project with a label, That’s Alright, Tate Music Group. Everything was done new on That’s Alright “The Rewind”. It has a new sound, new energy and retro flavor. It reminds one of when music was an accurate description of the times and what was going on. The cover art is a beautiful retro look into time with it’s symmetry of colored squares and that patina like the album covers of old and is a description of what’s to come inside. So get ready to step into this Juggernaut of music traveling back and forth through musical time breathing life into your soul and setting you free. Pop “Rewound” is the first slice of the That’s Alright “The Rewind” pie.



About megleton

At the age of seven, Michael Egleton was introduced to music when his mom brought home a guitar for Christmas. He continued to play and experiment with numerous instruments before finding his musical connection with the keyboard. Michael began his musical career by playing and composing Gospel music for local artists and churches. Throughout the years his passion for music has broaden to include various genres such as Jazz, R&B and Soul. Johnny Gill, Bobby “Blue” Bland, George Benson, Michael Henderson, Tyrese are just a few of the names that come to mind when you hear the music of Michael Egleton. Whether you’re in the mood to dance or for love the R & B, jazzy and sultry blends of piano and orchestra sounds sprinkled with raspy vocals takes you there with every song. Today his keyboard is how he interprets life and allows his feelings to flow from the heart. Egleton’s mature sound can be attributed to his childhood and being raised by his grandfather, a fiery Gospel preacher from the south and former " Honkie Tonk" musician himself during the 40's and 50's playing in the juke joints around Chicago. This fresh, new sound with an old flare and innovative techniques and style best describes Michael Egleton and his music. It is simple yet mature, nothing too complicated, a straight to the point sound that's refreshing to today's music. Many of Michael’s musical influences include legendary Stevie Wonder, The Clark Sisters, George Duke, Michael Henderson, George Haynes of St. Louis and Barry White to name a few. Originally from Barberton, Ohio, Michael currently resides in Akron, Ohio. Akron is well-known for producing several artists and industry greats and Egleton aspires to add his name to that list one day. He has released two independent albums Baby, Baby, Baby and his current album titled, That’s Alright. This new album is steadily rising up the charts and is currently number one on Akron’s charts in the Blues, Jazz and Soul categories. All of Michael’s life experiences and lessons shapes him as a musician and are reflected in his music. Eager to experience success on the next level Michael Egleton is making his mark in the music industry. For more information or to book Michael Egleton for your next event, contact him at 330 592 3174 or email:

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