FREE Album – Today Only! Merry Christmas!



Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
What Child Is This?
Where Are You, Christmas? (feat. 2-year-old Scarlette Mae Summerour)
Coventry Carol
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen
Lo, How A Rose E’er Blooming
Somewhere In My Memory (John Williams cover)
St. Patrick’s Day (John Mayer cover)
Silent Night (bonus track!)

*offer valid 12/25/18 – 12/26/18 only

My new Single is out – get it here!

My new Single, Pasadena Night, is available now!  This track features Sam Sims on Bass – Sam has worked with Michael Jackson, Justin Timberlake, Mariah Carey, and I was so lucky to have him record on Pasadena Night.  It’s now streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, GooglePlay, & more, but for now my own personal store is the best place to download it, so click here to get it now.  Thank you so much for your support!

New KnoxCast episodes coming soon: Chris Tedesco & Ernie Fields, Jr.

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Coming Very Soon:  Two new episodes of KnoxCast!

Chris Tedesco (Homeland, The Kennedys, Christina Aguilera) explains his success recording, performing, and contracting for the studio, stage, and every live environment imaginable.

Contractor-to-the-stars Ernie Fields, Jr. (American Idol, The Voice, X-Factor) has a 60-plus-year career in music: he toured with his father’s big bands & his own bands, recorded with Marvin Gaye et al., and is now a Music Contractor in Hollywood.

Subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher below to hear them the instant they’re published, or listen on my website here.

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Battle Hymn at Rose Bowl Stadium – Calling The Dawgs to Pasadena

As a former Redcoat & UGA Alumnus, although I was a 1st Trumpet, I never got the chance to play the Battle Hymn Solo at the game. With this in mind, I thought there would be no better way to Call The Dawgs to my current home, beautiful Pasadena and L.A., than with this short Hype Video, to fire up those that are coming out here (and those that aren’t) for the 2018 Rose Bowl Game between our Georgia Bulldogs and the Oklahoma Sooners. Go Dawgs! (Battle Hymn arranged by the legendary Jeff Simmons – Transcribed, Recorded, & Produced by Knox Summerour)