Rodney Stepp & The Steppin’ Out Band featuring Steve Cooper “Steppin’ Out” with Skypp & Staci McCrackin
Founded in March of 2014 in Indianapolis, Indiana by veteran keyboards player Rodney Stepp, this five member band plays smooth jazz with a touch of r&b. Their debut single, “Steppin’ Out” from their debut album SECOND CHANCE, features guest vocalist Staci McCrackin on one of the mixes as well as hip-hop artist Skypp.
Stepp has played all over the world as the one-time musical director for the legendary r&b vocal group The Spinners. He even took a famed organ solo on their hit single “Mighty Love” on their live album. In addition to The Spinners, he has played for Sister Sledge of “We Are Family” fame and singer Ronnie Dyson to name a few.
Co-founder Steve Cooper is a graduate of the famed Berklee College of Music in Boston. Cooper plays EVI and trumpet in the group as well as doing a lot of the arrangements.
Additional group members are: Anthony Bush on drums. Bush was a member of the Def Jam Records act Dos of Soul that was featured on THE NUTTY PROFESSOR SOUNDTRACK with the song “Come Around”; Tom Padgett on guitar has previously played with rocker Henry Lee Summer; and bass guitarist Anthony “A.J.” Jones, who has played with lots of bands and gospel groups.
The sound of RODNEY STEPP & THE STEPPIN’ OUT BAND featuring Steve Cooper is one of good music, good vibes and quality.
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