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Patrick Lopez records music for Dr. Scott Routenberg 2004 winner of John Lennon Songwriting Contest’s Maxell Song of the Year.

Scott Routenberg

An eclectic and groove-based mix of jazz, electronica, funk, world music, and film music from the 2004 winner of John Lennon Songwriting Contest’s Maxell Song of the Year.  Bandwidth is published as a single on EMI Records.


“The soundtrack-ready opus resembles some of fellow keyboardist Herbie Hancock’s future shocks.”


“Great writing and playing-very inventive and original-that’s so nice to hear.”


All compositions written and arranged by Scott Routenberg except the following: Shores of Paradise and Designer Bossa, written by Scott Routenberg and Sofia Kraevska; Gluteus Groove and Chicken Pickin’, written by Scott Routenberg and Billy Contreras.  All compositions published by Denmaster Music (ASCAP), except Bandwidth, published by EMI April Music (ASCAP).



Scott Routenberg- programming, keyboards, piano, Fender Rhodes
Sofia Kraevska- vocals, lyrics, co-writer
Billy Contreras- violin
Brandon Wright- tenor sax, soprano sax, clarinet
Patrick Lopez- trumpet
Phil Doyle- flute
Brian Perez- bass clarinet
Maria F. Castillo- flute
Douglas Lora Las Casas- acoustic guitar
Marie-Helene Gagnon- cello
Helen Huifang Chen- violin
Kristi Rostad- harp
Aaron Mitter- acoustic bass
Jon Dadurka- acoustic bass
Tim Weir- trumpet
Jeremy Levy- trombone
Dan Kinzelman- flute, bass clarinet
Jason Carder- EVI (Electronic Valve Instrument) )
Chris Whiteman- electric guitar


P-LO performs in conjunction with Chris Botti at the Delano Hotel Miami Beach

The P-LO Project performs for guests as they are coming in to the Delano Hotel In South Beach – 8324664.5-DSC_9503   image courtesy of world redeye   DSC_5028   Chris Botti and Little Louie Vega were the featured performers last night at the Grand Opening of Bianca, the new Italian restaurant taking residence in The Delano, one of South Beach’s most iconic hotels. This star-studded event included appearances by Mickey RourkeAlex RodriguezSelita EbanksJessica Stam,Kevin Connolly, Evan Ross, Michelle Rodriguez, and Sammy Sosa. Orchestrated by Las Vegas’ The Light Group, the event included both indoor and outdoor venues where guests celebrated the opening of this highly anticipated restaurant.