Earl Carter - Guitarist, songwriter, arranger and producer|
When Earl was 11 years old he bought a couple of books and began
teaching himself to play the guitar. At 15 years old he began learning to play
saxophone and performing in the school band, marching band and jazz ensemble.
His bio says he practiced both "diligently" but eventually chose the guitar to
be his main focus. He was a member of the "14 Karat" band and later played with
"EU", recording music on the soundtrack of Spike Lee's "Do The Right Thing"
movie soundtrack. In "1999 he laid several guitar tracks for many artists at
Diddy's New York City recording facility, 'Daddy's House'." Earl has performed
with many groups and played many styles of music from dance/go-go to jazz. He
has been a studio musician, co-produced dialogue recordings for motivational
speakers and sports stars, and he has performed with a host of local and
world-renowned artists. To name a few, he has performed with Bobby Lyle, Marcus
Johnson, Jaared, Alyson Williams, Nick Colionne, Bob Baldwin, Michael Lington,
Angela Bofill, Regina belle, Gerald Veasley and opened for Pieces of a Dream,
Spyro Gyra, Bona Fide and many others. He released "My Paradise"(2007), "X
Project" 2009. Two EP's in 2011 "Yeah Mon" and "Summertime", and his "Welcome
Back Carter" album in 2013, all of which can be purchased on CD Baby.
Private Music Lessons,
CD Baby.com and