Will Culbreath is a solo/songwriter/vocalist/musician originally from New York, the son of noted musician Bill Cole. Music has been Will's foundation for most of his life as he has performed in many venues all over the United States. Will has played keyboard on Jazz, Pop, Blues, R&B, Rap, Rock, Gospel, and Country projects for many artists. Inspired by his father's music, Will was inspired by his style and how he raised his family doing what he loved. Other artists who influenced him while growing up were Jimmy Smith, Jack McDuff, Diana Washington, Maxx Roach, Stanley Turrentine, Miles Davis, Wes Montgomery and many others. What sets Will Culbreath apart from the rest is that his music has the old flavor of yesterday's jazz mixed, stirred and served into today's jazz scene. Will Culbreath is mainly known for his skill playing the Hammond B-3; he has the ability to make the instrument talk. With great success of his first CD 'Will's World' in the independent markets, his second CD 'JAZZmatic' on sale now, is an instrumental project packed with various styles of music in the jazz realm. Look out for this guy, his music will move you. Now living in Atlanta, Georgia, he plans to show the smooth jazz community that soft jazz is not the only thing that can tickle the ear. Will Culbreath also appears on Raheem Moss's CD, Spice Water.