Having recorded music since the 70's, London musician and composer Richie Milton wrote for the legendary Reggae label Trojan Records and Glam-Pop label "Bell," and his work has been covered by Blues and Soul artists right up to the present day. Richie's catalog spans numerous genres like RnB, Country, Soul, Jazz, Rock'n'Roll, Folk, and Pop -- all performed in his own distinctive style, bringing an original and unique flavor to Film, TV, and any production needing an infusion of hot-smokin' high-energy Blues, Soul and Reggae music!
Richie Milton's songs have been covered by Soul artists Ruby Turner, Freddie Mack, Paul Cox, Lieta Rae, The Atlantics, and The Lo-Lites. Blues artists Bill Farrow, Otis Grand, The London Apaches, Jackie Loren, Dr. Ika, and Sugar Ray Norcia. Reggae artists like The Pioneers, Eugene Paul, Judge Dread, George Dekker, King Kong, and Jackie Robinson. His songs have also been recorded in Nashville by Country artists and in London by Brit Rock bands. Through Audiosparx, his tracks have been used for feature fims, video games, corporate videos, and stage productions. Constantly creative, Richie Milton can always offer a different musical slant on any scene or situation.
Rockin' zydeco style with accordion and riffin' sax. Down in the Bayou, havin' fun, dancing, driving but not putting it about! Good times! Bon Ton Roulet! Also suit on the road and chase scenes set in the south. Male Vocals, Americana, Cajun Zydeco
Hallelujah! It's that old time religion. Slide guitar and harmonica give this up-beat track a down south rural feel. Hot gospel vocals sing "Everybody jump for joy, it's revival time! " Stomping acoustic guitar by Dr. Ika and wailing country blues harp by Mike Chase. Male Vocals, Americana, Americana
Louisiana vocal guitars accordion bass and drums on this mid tempo ballad style track. It's near the end of the party and you've had so much fun you dont wanna go home. Atmospheric and suitable for down home, romantic, nostalgic and juke joint scenes. Male Vocals, Americana, Cajun Zydeco
Old time Americana - almost cowboy! What happens when the best laid plans of mice and men go wrong?
What can you do? Acoustic guitars and down-to-earth vocals set the scene for a no win situation where "the only one to blame is you"Perfect for a scene where someone draws a a losing hand. Skiffle. Male Vocals, Americana, Americana