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Lays Taylor began his career in music in the 1990s; moving from his native Switzerland to work as a popular and versatile session musician in Berlin.
Back then he was known as Lars Rüetschi and he was kept busy in the studio – playing on many hits with popular artists of the day, and as a live performer – until around 2009.
Following a break of a few years he returned to writing and recording music in his home studio, based in a quiet Swiss village well away from the frantic life of a big city.
Although he prefers not to be placed in any music genre, his two most recent releases are popular with fans of smooth jazz.
Sweet Onion was released in 2019 and is still regularly played by broadcasters, and his latest single Keep it Going is gaining in popularity every day. Both tracks involved iconic producer Paul Brown in post production.
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Rick Habana is a producer, songwriter, engineer and composer. In this interview Rick tells Steve Hart about his passion for blending music genres to create his unique smooth jazz sound.
Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Rick Habana he has succeeded in creating a sound that has landed him numerous music placements with many of the top television stations – not just in the US but around the world.
Rick has also started breaking new barriers on a project called The Collective, where he works on mostly live music with international musicians and singers from all over the world.
The Collective project involves musicians based in Finland, Italy, Netherlands, London, Canada, Venezuela, South Africa, Spain and Sweden. Together they have helped make a dream come true for Rick.
The Collective Volume 1 features smooth jazz legend Paul Brown on some tracks; one being Smooth it Out. The album’s first single release.
Rick plans to release an ongoing series of albums under The Collective brand.