Monday, October 23, 2017

Lomax - "Miss You Baby"

Lomax is probably one of the most underrated artists out there.  He consistently makes great music and you can really hear the range of his voice in "Miss You Baby."  I heard this song the other night on Spice Internet Radio ( and fell in love with it from the beginning.  It's a beautiful ballad and a very nice begging song lol. He's been hearing rumors that his girl is leaving and he doesn't want to hold on to her if she doesn't want to be there.  He's wants to work things out and doesn't want to see her go but if it has to be that way, he wants her to know he's going to miss her.  

I just have to tell you, I wouldn't leave Lomax if he sang to me. lol

Here is bio info as taken from ReverbNation:
Lomax Spaulding was born in a small town in Georgia. He began playing the guitar, the piano, and singing at a very young age. Lomax’s first exposure to public performance began in the Church. A deeply spiritual person, Lomax believes that his talent is a gift from God.
Lomax left home at 18 and joined the very successful group, “Cashflow.” Over the next few years, he toured with Cameo, Levert, Frankie Beverly & Maze, Stephanie Mills, Rodger & Zapp, Atlantic Star, Midnite Star, Luther Vandross, Jermaine Jackson, Alexander O’Neal, Cherelle, Klymaxx, Shelia E, TEASE, Keith Sweat, Silk, XSCAPE, R. Kelly, L.L. Cool J and SOLO. 
It was in 2004, after a great deal of prayer, Lomax returned to his Gospel roots. The completion of his Gospel project led to a reawakening of his spiritual self and rejuvenated his musical creativity. 
Lomax’s gospel project led to performing for the National Congress of Black Women, Inc. (NCBW). He performed for the group on several occasions and was invited to participate as a musical guest for the unveiling of the bust of Sojourner Truth in Washington DC at the US Capital Visitors’ Center. He was blessed with the honor of meeting and speaking with First Lady, Mrs. Michelle Obama.
In January of 2014 Lomax was invited to perform at the Hylton Memorial Chapel in Virginia for a MLK program. Lomax gave an uplifting performance honoring the late Nelson Mandela. August of 2014 Lomax had the privilege to perform 2 nights at the Jus’ Blues Music Foundation Music Awards Show and it was January of 2015 that Lomax signed with Coday Records.
Lomax wrote and produced every song on his Southern Soul/R&B CD, “Life’s Lessons.” This amazing CD will get you singing, dancing crying, and in the mood. Each song has received high praise from music critics and most importantly his fans.
Lomax is continuing to perform and write great music as well as produce other artists. He possesses a great deal of heart and passion for his music. Lomax has been performing at a variety of venues sharing his gift with fans from all over the world!
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