Elisha Atlas Parris - Urban Jazz

 
Elisha Atlas Parris is an urban jazz pianist, songwriter, and producer from Deerfield Beach., FL.  Born into a musical family, he was strongly influenced by both his father(trombonist) and mother(piano teacher).
 
He's has been an award winning composer and pianist for more than 20 years. No stranger to the Jazz community, Atlas was the lead keyboardist for the popular 90's jazz band SEGUE, with their chart-topping release TELL YA IN A SECOND (2000). Both prior to and since that time,  Elisha’s distinctive style of keyboard performance has made him a much sought-after and highly respected musician.
 
After years as an Indie record label executive and critically acclaimed composer and producer, Elisha decided it was time to return to the black-and-whites with a creative focus that fuses together the sounds of Jazz, Soul, R&B and Gospel into an exciting and distinguished genre of music called URBAN JAZZ.  With the release of his 2010 project AtLasT, Elisha has made a huge impression on Florida’s jazz community, appearing in such venues as the historic B-Sharp Jazz Café in the state’s capital, as well as the 2010 Riverwalk Jazz Series and the 2011 Jacksonville Jazz Festival.
 
Elisha and his band...A'JaZE....are a regular staple at Poppy Love Smoke Music Lounge, appearing every 2nd and 4th Fridays of the month. He can also be found in other venues around the country.  If he’s not performing in your area, be sure to let us know.
 
Management: F. Robin Williams inscope@parriscope.net (888) 470-1532 * 102
 

 

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Elisha "Atlas" with others:

 

  • Chris Williams - I'll Be Alright (2012)
  • Celestial - Celestial (2011)
  • Celestial - Free (2011)
  • Tarra Jones - Wrapped In Worship (2011)
  • HD - Worthy (2011)
  • Elain Thomas - In This Place (2010)
  • Brent Brown - New Thang (2009)
  • Celestial - Changed (2007)
  • Love Temple - Sacrifice of Praise (2006)
  • Troy Sneed - In His Presence (2006)
  • Segue - Tell Ya In A Second (2000)
  • Allen and Allen - Trouble Don't Last (1996)