Chilton & TexBukSex
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Aug
13
Chilton & TexBukSex @ The Apache Cafe

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Aug
11
Chilton & TexBukSex @ The 5 Spot

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

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“Music is art and there is no limit to what you can do with music or where it can take you. To put a name on it is to limit it”, says Chilton, a singer, songwriter and producer whose influences vary from Curtis Mayfield , Prince and Jimi Hendrix to Earth, Wind and Fire and Led Zeppelin.
“ I believe that if you can play one style or genre of music you should be open to hearing and playing other styles. That is true musicianship. That is true song writing.” Says the Atlanta based artist who describes his sound as free yet aggressive and bold. “Music is free flowing like water, and it has no predjudice either you like it or you don’t.”
Chilton has collaborated with many in the Atlanta music scene such as Tag Team, Skunk, Eddie Stokes, Azure Macklin, Mr. Jonz, and Nadirah. In 1995 his big break came when he played on and sang background for Speech’s (formerly of Arrested Development) solo debut album. The double platinum album launched Chilton into the spotlight and on a worldwide tour with Speech. He has also performed on national television programs such as “ Late Night with Conan O’ Brien”, and BET’s now de-funked“Teen Summit”.
In 1999 Chilton founded www.chiltonmusic.com and in 2003 founded Chiltonmusic.com records. “I felt that through my website, it gave me the best opportunity to release my music in a time and a fashion that was to my liking” The multi purpose web-site and label has afforded Chilton more freedom to create different music and multi-media projects either by himself or with friends. “This year is going to be big for me and the band because I am releasing two records that are completely different yet still have our imprint on them. This is a very productive and exciting time for me.”
As for the current industry woes of low sales and piracy. “We have entered into a new day, people want to connect with the people that they listen too. It is no longer about going double or triple platinum. Music today is about who can reach people with their music and live shows, that is what we are all about.”