Sal Anthony

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Experience

Trilla U

Chief Executive Officer - Capsicum Records LLC

Education

American Academy of Broadcasting

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Capsicum Colleague Desi Hyson and The Original Wailers Band 'Miracle' CD gets 2013 Grammy Nomination | Official Site of CAPSICUM RECORDS

Sal Anthony
Sal Anthony Trilla U The song , a self-affirming protest of the sense of entitlement and arrogance often seen in today's youth and in people of affluence, was co-penned by Meltzer and Capsicum artist Sal Anthony . Hyson also played keyboards and guitar on that track.

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Kingston Artist Tashina McKenzie Releases Rock-Funk-Reggae Fusion Remake of "Talkin' To The Wall" on Capsicum Label | Official Site of CAPSICUM RECORDS

Sal Anthony
Sal Anthony Trilla U Co-written by Meltzer with his former Philadelphia International Records/Sound of Philadelphia staff mentor Bruce Hawes and the late Capsicum artist Sal Anthony , and co-produced by Meltzer, Osborne "Ifield" Joseph and Joseph Everton "Reality Weekes , the "Talkin' To The Wall" track features the incomparable Derrick Barnett or bass and George Zeigler on lead guitar. It was originally released as a fusion of r&b, funk and smooth jazz with Anthony on the lead vocal and Elan Trotman on tenor sax.

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Capsicum's SAL ANTHONY debuts Reggae/Pop-Funk/Smooth Jazz Fusion "Talkin' To The Wall" Sequel to "Just Got Started (Lovin' You)" | Official Site of CAPSICUM RECORDS

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Sal Anthony Trilla U Sal Anthony Ever since the release of Capsicum Records LLC's inaugural "Reggae-In-Fusion Album #1", recording artist-writer-producer-arranger Sal Anthony has been steadily building momentum among fans of his creative mix of Americana, rockabilly, and blue-eyed soul with Caribbean rhythms. His remake of the James Otto hit "Just Got Started" built an indestructible bridge between the fans of those genres in the U.S., Jamaica and worldwide. Now his new single, " Talkin' To The Wall" adds the flavors of yet two more genres to the crossover mix, pop-funk and smooth jazz. Penned by Anthony, Capsicum CEO and Director of A&R Roger Meltzer and his mentor at Philadelphia International Records, Bruce Hawes, and produced by Meltzer and Osborne "Ifield" Joseph, the track again features the incomparable Derrick Barnett on bass, plus the grainy wail of Elan Trotman on tenor sax. The deal was then expanded to include four other Anthony-Meltzer titles from the inaugural " Fusion Album #1 ": " No Better Than I" recorded by Sledge, " Exactly " and " If You Really Wanna Know " recorded by Anthony, and finally a reggae cover of " Life's Too Short " recorded by Mayyah Stuart' and which Anthony and Meltzer co-penned with guitar wizard George Zeigler . Meanwhile, earlier releases by Sal on Capsicum continue to get the attention of broadcasters. Tune into Rick Mizuno's "Indies in Motion" live show on GVB-Radio (Ch1 at www.gvbradio.com ), at 1pm PST on Monday, April 2, 2012, to hear him play Sal Anthony's " If You Really Wanna Know ". If you miss the live show it's no problem - you have 24/7 access to all shows at: www.gvbradio.com/indies-in-motion . The Capsicum Production Team Working with Sal Anthony

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