Albums and CDs from Bob McChesney and Calabria Foti
Bob's latest album
Come Sunday is a beautiful album blending favorite Christian songs with a jazz touch, offering a new way to experience familiar melodies. The music is heartfelt and uplifting, with the jazz feel and Bob’s trombone adding a unique energy, making each track both comforting and invigorating.
Audio stems for live performance are available as well for each track.
Husband and wife Calabria Foti and Bob McChesney are together for this Christmas album that shines a warm yuletide glow on each of this couple’s individual artistry, displaying their silky sound and stellar jazz vernacular, so well-known to standards and jazz audiences all over the world.
In a glorious fifteen-song set, this delightful mix of Christmas Carols and Holiday Classics is part vocal, part instrumental and 100% jazzy fun!
This exciting 72 minute roller coaster ride features the technical and musical wizardry of Bob McChesney on the slide trombone.
Joined by the amazing pianist/organist Larry Goldings, world-renowned bassist Darek Oles, award-winning drummer Bill Stewart, and Yellow Jackets’ saxophonist Bob Mintzer, the group tears up originals from Bob and Larry along with some re-imagined standards.
More albums and singles from Bob and Calabria
This collection highlights a dozen of Bob’s greatest recordings from his storied career as a top jazz and studio artist.
In her 4th album release, vocalist/violinist Calabria Foti wanted to make a record like her musical heroes did back in the day; that is, with a big orchestra and legendary arrangers on the podium in an iconic Hollywood recording studio.
Produced and arranged by Bob McChesney. Vocalist Calabria Foti explores an evening of romance and passion with a luscious collection of ballads and jazz.
Produced and arranged by Bob McChesney and recorded and released in 2005, Calabria Foti’s “When A Woman Loves A Man” is one of the most remarkable debut albums ever produced.
Nelson Riddle’s arrangement of “Lush Life”, intended for inclusion on Frank Sinatra’s “Only The Lonely” album, regrettably left incomplete, has now been recorded for the first time by vocalist Calabria Foti.