Bob Baldwin (musician)

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Bob Baldwin
Bob Baldwin at Ponce City Market, Atlanta, GA
Bob Baldwin at Ponce City Market, Atlanta, GA
Background information
Birth nameRobert Baldwin
Born (1960-12-09) December 9, 1960 (age 62)
Mount Vernon, New York, U.S.
GenresJazz, urban
Occupation(s)Musician, Arranger, Producer, Radio Host, Inventor
Instrument(s)Piano, Keyboards
Years active1989–present
LabelsAtlantic, 215, Shanachie, Malaco, CSI, Narada, Nu Groove, Peak, Trippin' N' Rhythm, Orpheus, A440, Distribution 13, BFE
Bob Baldwin on the piano at the Maya Riviera Jazz Festival, Nov 30, 2018 (Bob Baldwin, Bebel Gilberto @ Mamitas Beadh, Playa de Carmen, Mexico)

Bob (Robert) Baldwin (born December 9, 1960) is an American, New York-born contemporary jazz pianist, music composer, music producer, author, inventor, radio host, and creator of the NewUrbanJazz Lounge. His views on owning his own recorded masters have been referred to as ‘the Ray Charles of contemporary jazz and soul music’ among his peers. As of January 1, 2023, he owns all but 7 of his 33+ studio projects.

His album "The Stay At Home Series, Vol. 1" was selected in 2022 as the best contemporary jazz album by the inaugural Jazz Music Awards program. From 2018-current, he has charted on 8 Billboard Smooth Jazz Top-10 hit records as either producer/arranger or composer for Flutist Ragan Whiteside (Randis Records).

Baldwin learned music from his late father (Robert Baldwin, Sr.) when he was six and began his recording career in 1983. His debut album, A Long Way to Go, was released in 1988, with his latest (and 33rd) release entitled The Stay-At-Home Series. All but seven discs in his solo recording catalog are owned by his label, City Sketches, Inc. Baldwin cites his father as his first biggest musical influence and mentions that he was found to have perfect pitch around the age of six, discovered by his father.

He has released more musical full-album recordings as a lead solo artist than any other Mt. Vernon, NY-native or Westchester-born musician, having released over 33 recordings since 1988.

Baldwin has earned five SESAC Music Awards[1] for his 2002–2003 airplay of "The Way She Looked at Me", his 2008 airplay on, his 2010 album, Never Can Say Goodbye: A Tribute to Michael Jackson, in 2011 for NewUrbanJazz.com2/Re-Vibe, and his 2013 album Twenty. His 2015 release, MelloWonder: Songs in the Key of Stevie, which honors Stevie Wonder, debuted at No. 16 on the Billboard Overall Jazz Chart.[2]

He's also written and/or arranged for Regina Carter, The Four Tops, Grover Washington, Jr., Paul Brown, Richard Elliot, Marion Meadows, Ragan Whiteside, Tom Browne, Bob James, Will Downing, Freddie Jackson, Rhonda Smith, Dee Brown, James "Crab" Robinson, Paul Brown, Joey Sommerville, Vaneese Thomas, Tiffany Bynoe, Howard Hewitt, Whistle, Michael Urbaniak, the Lisa ("Left-Eye") Lopez'-produced girl group Blacque, Steve Oliver, Mel Holder, Dee Brown, Dee Lucas, Canadian trumpeter Gabriel Mark Hasselbach and Pieces of a Dream.

In 1982, Baldwin was introduced to the digital recording process called MIDI, which he used on a PC desktop. It was given to him from longtime friend and engineer Wayne Warnecke The software program was created by Roger Powell called Texture, which Warnecke obtained from pianist Bob James in a studio in White Plains at Minot Sound Studios. He began to write, produce, and arrange music through MIDI, which was also the basis for how he first built his recording catalogue. He was also able to observe James use the process in the studio.

In 1986, Baldwin performed briefly in Tom Browne's band, and in 1987, Browne asked Baldwin to participate on "No Longer I" for Browne on the short-lived Malaco Records Jazz Label. This gospel-jazz genre of music was only preceded by the group's Koinonia and the A&M group Seawind in the history of gospel-jazz, and Baldwin performed on, co-produced and co-arranged the disc for Browne.

In 2000, he co-wrote and co-produced two songs on Will Downing's All the Man You Need album, which was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2000 (Best Traditional R&B Album). He has also contributed as composer, co-producer and performer on Ragan Whiteside's Treblemaker, which charted over seven top-40 Billboard Contemporary Jazz radio singles.

Featured artists on his own solo recordings since 1988 include; Eric Essix, Kim Waters, Gerald Albright, Phil Perry, Fred Vigdor, Atlantic Starr original members Sharon Bryant and Porter Carroll, Jr., Noel Pointer, Lenny White, Larry Coryell, Dean James, Jeff Kashiwa, Chieli Minucci, Chuck Loeb, Edson Da Silva, Leo Gandelman, Lil' John Roberts (drummer), James Robinson, Rohn Lawrence, Darren Rahn, Russ Freeman (Rippingtons), Dennis Johnson, Barry Danielian, Poogie Bell, Euge Groove, CeCe Peniston, Najee, U-Nam, Steve Oliver, Toni Redd, Nils Jiptner, Marcus Anderson, Walter Beasley, Onaje Allan Gumbs, Fred Vigdor (AWB), Vivian Green, Brooke Alford, Torquato Mariano, Azymuth members Ivan Conte and Alex Malheiros, and Armando Marcel, as well as the aforementioned Sommerville, Robinson, Washington, Jr., Brown, Meadows, Whiteside, Downing, Browne, Thomas, and Jackson.

Bob has shared the stage with: Kirk Whalum, Dave Koz, Eric Marienthal, Gerald Veasley, Phil Perry, Ken Ford, Regina Carter, Alyson Williams, Buddy Williams, Marion Meadows, Chuck Loeb, Gerald Albright, Lalah Hathaway, Edson Silva, Maysa Leak, Nick Colionne, Warren Hill, Jonathan Butler, Rick Braun, Peter White, Paul Brown, Eric Darius and Adam Hawley, to name a few.

Baldwin grew up in a musical environment. His father, Robert Baldwin, Sr., (1926-2008) was a full-time Engineer, and a part-time pianist who worked local clubs throughout Westchester County, NY, just north of New York City. While his father was a fan of jazz icons like Mikes Davis, Bud Powell and Oscar Peterson, his older sister, Deborah, was a fan of soul music of the 1960s, including music by Motown, Stax record labels. These early musical experiences profoundly impacted Baldwin's musical path. He is also a fan of his elder cousin, jazz pianist Larry Willis, who played with Blood, Sweat and Tears, Jerry Gonzalez and the Fort Apache Band.

In 1987, Sony founded the Sony Innovator's Awards, an annual ceremony to award aspiring Afro-American artists who have shown outstanding talent in music and the visual arts. In his opening speech at the first ceremony held in 1988, music producer Quincy Jones stated that it was encouraging that a large firm like Sony was providing Afro-American artists a chance to be introduced to the entire nation. Baldwin was awarded the Sony Innovators Award in 1989,[3] selected by Roberta Flack.[4]

At age 20, in 1980, he met his first cousin, Pianist Larry Willis, who played in the original version of the pop group Blood, Sweat and Tears. They reunited at the funeral of Baldwin's grandfather, Percy Willis in Norfolk, Va. They played at the elder Willis funeral, and a musical bond was created. Baldwin and Willis later played at the Savannah Jazz Festival in 2008, both opening for headliner pianist Bob James. They maintained a musical and family bond since 1990.

Out of necessity to maintain creative control, he independently learned how to record music from engineers Wayne Warnecke in White Plains and Mamaroneck, NY, and Keyboardist/Engineer Dennis Johnson in Yonkers, NY. In 1990, Baldwin worked briefly with producer/arranger/keyboardist Kashif, where he learned about the ‘wall of sound’ vocal panning technique. In 1989 -1990, he was hired by Kashif to play keyboards and piano on a recording project by a new group called The Promise (Arista Records) featuring vocalist Joi Cardwell, but the project was never released.


Bob Baldwin attended Geneva College in 1978, and graduated in 1986, but to complete his degree, he would have to attend several New York-based Colleges, including Hunter, Concordia and Iona, transferring credits back to Geneva between 1980-1986. He majored in Business Administration, minoring in Broadcast Communication.

At Geneva College, he discovered Broadcasting radio, and hosted his first radio program at college radio station WGEV from 1979-1980, and after falling short on college funding at Geneva, he returned to New York in 1981, where he completed his college degree, and while in New York, he further developed his broadcasting skills. He later founded the NewUrbanJazz radio program in 2008, which originally aired on WFSK, WNAA, WJAB, WVAS, and WVSU.

Baldwin is listed as a famous Geneva College Alumni, according to Ranker.[5]

Radio career[edit]

Between 1978-1980, Baldwin discovered his love of radio at Geneva College at WGEV, where he minored in Broadcast Communications. It was there he learned radio production, and was a jazz jock on Sunday nights. At Geneva College, he also reignited his love for piano.

Baldwin returned to New York in January 1981, to utilize and further hone both his music and radio skills. He finished his college career at Concordia, Hunter and Iona Colleges while doing local gigs in the Bronx, Manhattan, and Westchester County.

In September 1981, Baldwin secured a radio internship at Inner City Broadcasting (WLIB/WBLS) in New York, NY, then owned by Tuskegee Airman Percy Sutton, where he studied news reporting, and honed other broadcasting skills under the tutelage of then News Director Pat Prescott, the late Carl Ferguson[6] News Director David Lampel, Larry Hardesty, and Mark Reilly.

In 1981-1983, he worked briefly at WINS, then-owned by Westinghouse Broadcasting, where he pulled news wire for the staff writers.

In 1984, he was a field news reporter in Westchester County for WVIP Radio, then located in Mt. Kisco, NY (now located in New Rochelle, NY). He covered the Jesse Jackson Presidential campaign that same year when Jackson came to Shiloh Baptist Church in New Rochelle.

Baldwin reunited with the aforementioned Prescott when she worked for CD101.9 in New York. Prescott introduced Baldwin's music there in the late 1980s. Between 1998 and 2004, he wrote, sang and produced the CD101.9 jingle, up to when they changed their smooth jazz format to "New York Chill" in 2004.

In 2004, he was hired by Tame Broadcasting[7] as the Music Director at WJSJ (Jacksonville, Fl.)

In 2005, he helped to launch the first ever smooth jazz station in Bermuda (KJAZ - Trott Communications) from 2005 to 2006.

Baldwin then worked as the Music Director in 2007 at WCLK (Clark University), then later that fall at WJZZ, a Radio-One company. Radio-One's WJZZ became Urban AC “Magic 107.5” at 12:00am.[8] It was here where he began to develop the radio format of NewUrbanJazz (tm).

In 2008, Baldwin started programming music at both WCLK and WJZZ, which he would later coin the programming sound as "NewUrbanJazz(tm)". He later founded the NewUrbanJazz Lounge, a weekly syndicated program supported by over fifty terrestrial stations in the US. He co-created the NewUrbanJazz Lounge cellphone app for Apple and Google, which also houses some archived radio shows as well.

The NewUrbanJazz(tm) radio program[edit]

In October 2008, Baldwin fused his musician and radio skills and launched NewUrbanJazz Radio, which programs The NewUrbanJazz Lounge, a 2-hour program that is affiliated throughout the US, beginning at WJAB (Huntsville, Al), WFSK (Nashville, Tn), WNAA (Greensboro, NC), WVAS (Montgomery, Al) and WVSU (Birmingham), who were their initial affiliate base. NewUrbanJazz is a fusion of contemporary Jazz, fused with Urban and Brazilian flavors, but also spins music from independent artists. Baldwin's decision to launch NewUrbanJazz Radio Format was based on the sudden closure of CD101.9.,[9] and his show has expanded to stations in Springfield (WEIB), Atlanta (WCLK), and the U.S. Virgin Islands (WTJX), as well as some stations under the African-American Public Radio Consortium umbrella.

Podcast content[edit]

In March, 2023, Bob Baldwin began the Jazz and Music Roundtable(tm), which showcases music in the music business from all genres.

In April, 2023, Bob Baldwin along with Porter Carroll, II began the Artists Who Love The Knicks, a platform that talks about one of the original NBA franchises, the NY Knicks.

Career spotlights[edit]

Between March and September 1986, Baldwin, along with New York-based guitarist Al Orlo, created the Bob Baldwin/Al Orlo Project, and they performed on Sundays at a club called the Crazy Horse,[10] which was owned by now-actor Vinnie Pastore. The defunct club was a small rock and roll club (with a capacity of 50 people) located in New Rochelle, New York. The Baldwin/Orlo Project was a workshop-based project to practice and perform original material live, mostly written by Orlo and Baldwin.

Baldwin opened up for the aforementioned trumpeter Browne at The Bottom Line, based in New York City, NY. From that performance, he played alongside Browne in his band, and later collaborated with him on his disc No Longer I, a Gospel-Jazz recording in 1987. Through that production, he met Danny Weiss, the then President for Malaco Jazz. They later co-produced Baldwin's first disc, I've Got a Long Way to Go together on Malaco Records in 1988 along with David Wilkes. He began his Contemporary Jazz music career with his first solo album release in 1988 ("I've Got a Long Way To Go") on Malaco Jazz Records. The project was submitted to the Sony Innovators Award[4] in 1989 and won first place. One of the top three finalists included the Detroit music group Straight Ahead.[11] Roberta Flack was the finalist judge.

That award led to his artist signing to Atlantic Jazz, then presided by Sylvia Rhone. He produced 2 discs for in 1990 and 1992 (Rejoice and Reflections of Love). Reflections charted top-20 on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Charts.[12]

In 1997, Baldwin found the company, City Sketches, Inc., a production music house. It is now where Baldwin houses all of his self-owned recordings.

Since 2000, Baldwin has charted other solo recordings (on various labels) for the Billboard Jazz top-20 charts, including (2000), Brazil Chill (2004), Standing Tall (2002), (2008), Never Can Say Goodbye, a Tribute to Michael Jackson (2010).[13]

After recording two projects with the Chicago-based A440 Music Group, his solely-owned record label, City Sketches, Inc., purchased the rights from the A440 Music Group ("Brazil Chill" and "All in a Day's Work"), prior to their bankruptcy filing in 2005.[14]

In 2009, he signed with Trippin' n Rhythm Records and recorded "Never Can Say Goodbye" (2010), and "NewUrbanJazz 2/Re-Vibe" (2011). He severed the deal in 2012 due to unresolved contractual issues, and later that year, authored a book, entitled, You Better Ask Somebody, which speaks about his over twenty-five years of experience in the music business.

In 2013, continuing the independent music ownership route, releasing his 20th original disc "Twenty" under the Distribution 13 (Lillian Industries) Music Distribution label. That deal was severed and settled out-of-court after Artist filed a lawsuit for not receiving contractually due royalties.

In 2015, his label has signed with Red River Entertainment, where they distribute the following physical discs of the Baldwin catalog ("MelloWonder - Songs in the Key of Stevie", "The Brazilian-American Soundtrack", "The Gift of Christmas", "Never Can Say Goodbye (A Tribute to Michael Jackson)" - Remixed and ReMastered. City Sketches, Inc. distributes digital recordings via a separate digital aggregator.[15] with The Orchard, which is wholly owned by Sony Music Entertainment, Inc.

In 2018, Baldwin was able to purchase the rights back from his Shanachie recordings ("Cool Breeze" and "The American Spirit").

Other work[edit]

In 1997, Baldwin founded City Sketches, Inc., which is a music production, and music event planning company. He has worked with city municipalities in an effort to improve locally produced jazz shows and venues. He has curated music series programs in conjunction with the cities/municipalities of Greenburgh, NY, White Plains, NY, Asbury Park, NJ, Riviera Beach, Fl., and Mount Vernon, NY.

In 2006, Baldwin signed on with Baldwin Piano (owned by Gibson Guitar Corp.) as an endorser.[16]

In the historic The Jazz of the City Atlanta portrait taken by Art Kane in April 2007, Baldwin stands tall—at the height of the stairs of the Atlanta City Hall Atrium—with over 100 fellow jazz musicians surrounding Mayor Shirley Franklin.


Baldwin reports that he has been engaged since January, 2023 to his long time love, who is of Ethiopian descent.

Discography (albums)[edit]

Disc # Year Album Label Billboard / MRC Data Chart Activity Original Label
34 2022 B Positive CSI City Sketches (CSI) Records
33 2022 The Stay At Home Series, Vol. 1 (Live) CSI JMA's Best Contemporary Jazz Album City Sketches (CSI) Records
32 2021 NewUrbanJazz 3 / An UrbanSmooth Suite CSI Debuted #4 on the Current Contemporary Jazz Chart (MRC Data Charts) City Sketches (CSI) Records
31 2020 Henna CSI City Sketches (CSI) Records
30* 2018 Welcome To The Games (Remixed and ReMastered) CSI City Sketches (CSI) Records
29 2018 Bob Baldwin Presents Abbey Road and the Beatles CSI/BFE Peaked #10 Billboard Contemporary Jazz Albums Chart[13]

City Sketches (CSI) Records
28* 2017 Never Out of Season (Remixed and ReMastered) CSI City Sketches (CSI) Records
27* 2017 Never Can Say Goodbye (Remixed and ReMastered) CSI/BFE City Sketches (CSI) Records
26 2016 The Brazilian-American Soundtrack' (2-Cd Set)' CSI/BFE Peaked No. 14 on Contemporary Jazz Albums Chart[13] City Sketches (CSI) Records
25 2015 MelloWonder / Songs in the Key of Stevie CSI/BFE Debuted No. 16 on Contemporary Jazz Album[2] City Sketches (CSI) Records
24 2013 Twenty CSI/BFE Peaked No. 3 on

Contemporary Jazz Album


City Sketches (CSI) Records
23 2012 The Gift of Christmas CSI City Sketches (CSI) Records
22 2012 Betcha by Golly Wow/The Music of Thom Bell Peak Peaked No. 11 on Contemporary Jazz Album[2]
21 2012 Never Out of Season CSI City Sketches (CSI) Records
20 2011 NewUrbanJazz.com2: Re-Vibe CSI Peaked No. 9 on Contemporary Jazz Album[2] Distributed by Trippn' 'n Rhythm
19 2010 Never Can Say Goodbye: A Tribute to Michael Jackson Trippn' 'n Rhythm Peaked No. 14 on Contemporary Jazz Album[2] Distributed by Trippn' 'n Rhythm
18 2009 Bob Baldwin (3 disc compilation) Nu Groove
17 2009 Lookin' Back CSI Distributed by Nu Groove
16 2008 Nu Groove Peaked No. 15 on Contemporary Jazz Album[2] Distributed by Nu Groove
15 2007 Memoirs from the Hudson (DVD) Nu Groove Distributed by Nu Groove
14 2007 Soul Providers Featuring Bob Baldwin/Smooth Urban Grooves Import Distributed by Koch Records
13 2007 The Sanctioned Bootleg - live CSI Distributed by Nu Groove
12 2005 All in A Day's Work CSI Peaked No. 14 on Contemporary Jazz Album[2] NuGroove
11 2004 Brazil Chill CSI Peaked No. 13 on Contemporary Jazz Album[2] A440 (Bankrupt)
10 2002 Standing Tall Narada Peaked No. 12 on Contemporary Jazz Album[2] Narada
09 2002 Bob Baldwin Presents the American Spirit CSI Formerly Distributed/Owned by Shanachie
08 2000 CSI Peaked No. 16 on Contemporary Jazz Album[2] Distributed by Orpheus Records
07 2000 For You (UK Release) Expansion
06 1997 Cool Breeze CSI Formerly Distributed/Owned by Shanachie
05 1996 City Sketches I / Welcome to the Games CSI City Sketches (CSI) Records
04 1993 State of Mind CSI Atlantic Jazz
03 1992 Reflections of Love Atlantic Jazz Peaked No. 10 on Contemporary Jazz Album[17] Atlantic Jazz
02 1990 Rejoice Atlantic Jazz Atlantic Jazz
01 1989 A Long Way to Go/The Dream Malaco
* Denotes Remixed project, not Original. Does contain some new material. Chart info edited by City Sketches Records. Refer to Billboard Jazz Retail Chart for chart activity Archived 2018-07-18 at the Wayback Machine.

Billboard Top 30 Radio Singles (as musician, record producer or composer)[edit]

Song # Year Artist Song Billboard Chart Activity Contribution
21 2023 Ragan Whiteside "Full Court Press" Peaked at #10 on 6.9.2023 Performer / Co-Composer / Co-Producer
20 2021 Ragan Whiteside ’’Off the Cuff’’ Peaked at #9 on 09.17.2021 Performer / Co-Composer / Co-Producer
19 2018 Ragan Whiteside ’’JJ's Strut’’ Peaked at #3 on 10.17.2019 Performer / Co-Composer / Co-Producer
18 2018 Ragan Whiteside ’’Reminiscing’’ Peaked at #2 on 4.04.2020 Performer / Co-Producer
17 2019 Ragan Whiteside f/ Bob Baldwin and the PR Experience ’’See You at the Getdown’’ Peaked at #2 on 2.22.2019 Performer / Co-Composer / Co-Producer
16 2019 Ragan Whiteside ’’Jam It’’ #2 Billboard Contemporary Jazz Radio Performer / Co-Composer / Co-Producer
15 2018 Ragan Whiteside “Corey’s Bop” Peaked at #1 on 7.21.2018 Co-producer / Co-writer / Keyboardist
14 2018 Bob Baldwin f/ Marcus Anderson “Be Blessed (no Stress)” Peaked at #6 on 7.21.2018 Archived 2018-06-30 at the Wayback Machine Artist / Producer / Arranger / Co-Writer
13 2018 Ragan Whiteside Featuring Kim Waters “Early Arrival” Peaked at #7 on 8.19.2017 Co-producer / Co-writer
12 2017 Bob Baldwin f/ Gabriel Mark Hasselbach “Mobile and Global” Peaked at #28 on 5.27.2017 Archived 2018-06-30 at the Wayback Machine Artist / Producer / Arranger / Co-Writer
11 2017 Gabriel Mark Hasselbach f/ Bob Baldwin “Charmed Life” Peaked at #19 on 1.7.2017 Archived 2018-06-30 at the Wayback Machine Producer / Co-Writer
10 2016 Bob Baldwin “Love’s Light in Flight/Love Trippin” Peaked at #19 on 1.9.2016 Archived 2018-06-30 at the Wayback Machine Artist / Producer / Arranger
09 2018 Ragan Whiteside f/ Bob Baldwin ’’Remind Me’ f/ Patrice Rushen’ #21 Billboard Contemporary Jazz Radio Performer / Co-Producer
08 2014 Bob Baldwin f/ Ragan Whiteside and Gabriel Mark Hasselbach “Chameleon 3000” Peaked at #8 on 7.19.2014 Archived 2018-06-30 at the Wayback Machine Artist / Producer / Arranger
07 2014 Bob Baldwin “Seabreeze” Peaked at #5 on 3.15.2014 Archived 2018-06-30 at the Wayback Machine Artist / Producer / Arranger / Co-Writer
06 2013 Paul Brown f/ Euge Groove “From the Ground Up” Peaked at #19 on 8.10.2013 Co-Writer/Arranger
05 2018 Ragan Whiteside f/ Chieli Minucci ’’Off Kilter’’ #18 Billboard Contemporary Jazz Radio Performer / Co-Producer
04 2012 Paul Brown f/ Bob James ‘Backstage Pass” Peaked at #1 on 12.29.2012 Co-Writer/Arranger
03 2018 Bob Baldwin f/ Darren Rahn “For Grover and George” Peaked at #12 on 9.3.2011 Archived 2018-06-30 at the Wayback Machine Artist / Producer / Arranger / Co-Writer
02 2018 Bob Baldwin “Third Wind” Peaked at #23 on 7.5.2008 Archived 2018-06-30 at the Wayback Machine Artist / Producer / Arranger
01 2003 Bob Baldwin “The Way She Looked At Me” #9 on the R&R Year-End Chart[18] Artist / Producer / Arranger


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