Get ready for the new smooth jazz sound of Mark Etheredge.


10 Tips for Recording Collaboratively 

Until now, all of my projects have been self-produced, and I'm no stranger to the studio and working with musicians. Recently, in my experience with my current smooth jazz album project and working with a producer, I've learned some new things. This won't cover technical stuff so much as I'll focus on the human factors. The assumption is made that you are a solo artist, but many of these tips will apply to self-contained groups as well. And of course, this is just my perspective. If you've had time in the… Read more


Mark Etheredge is a contemporary smooth jazz keyboardist in Los Angeles. In addition to his work as a solo artist, Etheredge has performed alongside notable artists such as Tom Politzer (Tower of Power), Danny Hull (Journey), Dr. Charlene Moore (Weather Girls), Jeanie Tracy (Two Tons of Fun), Charles Williams (Johnny Otis), Clifford Coulter (John Lee Hooker), Clare Fischer, Marsha Stevens, and more. His groups have opened for Bobby McFerrin, Sergio Mendes, Tuck and Patti, Betty Carter, Sheila Jordan, and numerous others.

The One, a notable single from Etheredge's previous album Change Coming, received airplay on Smooth Jazz/AC radio stations across the U.S. and charted in the top 50 Radar Chart on

Etheredge is a voting member of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (The Grammys). He is currently in the studio working on a new smooth jazz album with two-time Grammy winning producer Paul Brown.