Mitch Towne is a Grammy-nominated keyboardist and touring musician, and is the "go-to" organist in the Midwest.
Mitch Towne is a Grammy-nominated keyboardist and touring musician, and is the "go-to" organist in the Midwest. His ability to move seamlessly between diverse styles has made him a sought-after side-man with artists as varied as jazz and soul artist and Grammy-winning producer Terrace Martin, jazz heavyweights Ryan Kisor, Dave Stryker, Adam Larson, and Marcus Lewis, blues artists Eric Gales and Ben Poole, and Tower of Power drummer Ron E. Beck. In 2015, Towne played organ on the track "Push" for the album "Velvet Portraits" by Terrace Martin, which was nominated for a 2016 Grammy for "Best R&B" album. Mitch says about the Mojo: "I've been a Mojo owner from the very beginning. I've tried every clone and the only one that gets me 'there' is the Mojo. It has the best sound and feel of any clone and I often use the electric piano patches as well, which makes it the only instrument I need for a lot of gigs."
Hear Mitch playing on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/mitch-towne
Sweet Bourbon & Bourbonnettes op Willem van der Schoof wint Dutch Blues Award Toetsenist 2015
Gerrit op Frank Montis