"Paul Jost is one of the best male jazz vocalists since Mark Murphy."
Johan Van Deeg, Jazz In Europe
A genuine vocal musician, Paul Jost is an eclectic artist who is a vocalist, musician, arranger and composer. His vocals are so soulful that music journalist Buster Maxwell wrote … “he nearly single-handedly reclaims the male voice as a valid and critically important jazz instrument.”
Paul has been performing worldwide with recent tours in South Korea, Ireland and at JazzAhead, the international jazz expo and conference, in Bremen, Germany. Back home, he performs the last Wednesday of each month at 55 Bar, the highly respected New York jazz club. He can be seen frequently on other east coast locations in New Jersey, the Philadelphia region and other areas of PA and Delaware. He was recently commissioned to re-imagine Bruce Springsteen’s Born to Run album and headline at the Exit Zero Jazz Festival. Read More…
TJP Peace and Love
It’s the perfect time to bring attention to the subjects of peace and love and that’s exactly what the Philadelphia based band TJP (formerly known as The Jost Project) does with their new CD “PEACE AND LOVE”. The band includes Tony Miceli – vibraphone, Paul Jost – vocal/harmonica, Kevin MacConnell – bass with Doug Hirlinger – drums. Special guest on the album is Joel Frahm -saxoone. Following up on their success debut release “Can’t Find My Way Home”, this new rock songs from the 60’s and 70’s in a jazz format taking it to a new level. Highlights on the new CD include arrangements of the Simon & Garfunkel classic “America,” ”Whiter Shade of Pale,” “Get Together”, The Zombies hit “Time of The Season” and the 60’s classic “Hush” made famous by Deep Purple.