You may not know the name, but you certainly know the voice. At some point in your life you have heard Arnold McCuller's rich and distinctive vocals that have captured the hearts and ears of many well-respected musicians and fans alike. Long time featured vocalist with some of the best recording artists around, including Phil Collins and James Taylor. Arnold has also set out to further solidify his solo identity with his first recording in 1984, "A Part of Me That's You", co produced with jazz piano player, David Benoit.
Then "Exception to the Rule" in 1990, with his long time friend Dana Walden. Since he has continued to bring his listeners new material with "You Can't Go Back" co produced with Bill Cantos, and guitarist Greg Poree. His favorite is his "Live at the Baked Potato", recorded at one of Hollywood's most famous jazz clubs. The next project was a tribute to artist he'd been singing back up for by recording "Back to Front", featuring songs originally recorded as a backing vocalist.
His renditions still hold their own long after they were recorded. Next came "Circa 1990", a collection of tunes originally recorded for a project that had been shelved by a major label. Popular live performances at La Ve Lee jazz club, Ghengis Cohen, Molly Malone's, The Plush Room in San Francisco, and numerous visits to his friends in Naples Florida to support the Autism Foundation in that region. Arnold McCuller is acknowledged as one of the most expressive vocalist in the business.Make Arnold McCuller Playlist