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About Rob Juice


Rob Juice has stepped from the horn section to center stage. When an album like Rob's newly released CD "Bad Boy Love" brings a huge smile to your face in 10 seconds or less, you've got a winner. In an unprecedented way, "Bad Boy Love" has the ‘one hear appeal’... the sound we look for in today’s Soulful Jazz music.

He is the writer of theme songs for 2 Chicago TV talk shows 'My Brothers Keeper' and 'Lets Talk Baby Girl'. His name roles in the credits weekly in Chicago. Rob Juice has also performed in hundreds of concerts with many top acts out of Chicago and around the country. Playing trumpet with acts such as Chilites, Otis Clay, Willie Clayton, War, Tyrone Davis, The Dells, The Emotions, Nick Colionne and many other top acts.

In Juice's album "Bad Boy Love", hits flow out like popcorn and hooks pour like a Smooth butter knife. "Juicy Kiss Of Life" reveals Juice's extraordinary music writing art-form and with out question in line with today's urban R&B avant-garde Jazz music.

"BadBoy Love" is Sexy, tasteful, Hot, Wet and down right Devilishly unforgiving in a sensual way. "Bad Boy Love" brings to mind the adult colors of today’s Smooth Jazz topped off with Juice’s high-end urban almost Hip Hop beats.

Juice is flirtatiously true to the Miles Davis tradition of trumpet players that custom create their own genres rather than fit into one! Juice says he writes music in color and blurs the line between ART, Jazz and R&B.. Super WOW!

When Juice confesses he will make his horn beg, trust me, you have never heard anyone beg so sensually sweet as he blows his circle breath of passion into every silky note of each track. Rob Juice has that special something that is as recognizable as deep tan lines on the best body found under the melting sun. Want to know more but afraid to ask?

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