B. Christopher, like most composers, is not a household name. However, if you own a television, you have probably heard his music. With over 3,000 placements annually on virtually every channel, it would be difficult not to hear his work. Like most studio musicians, his time is consumed recording. That is not to say he is a stranger to the stage. He toured extensively throughout North America for twenty years. While on a break from the road in 2002, he was contacted by the music director of ABC’s “All My Children” looking for blues music. As the opportunities continued to grow in the studio, it became clear that the focus needed to move strictly to recording. The albums, HIGH TIDE and LITTLE ROOMS AND BROKEN DOORS are The B. Christopher Band’s debut into the adult contemporary/modern jazz genre. The balance between melody, technique, composition and improvisation is not an easy one to strike. But when listening to Christopher, one would think otherwise. It is these qualities that helped attract some of the biggest studio musicians in the business to this project. Names like Nathan East, Anton Fig and Kenny Aronoff have all lent their talents to his recordings.