From the moment the chart topping acappella song “So Much In Love” hit the radio airwaves, the multi-platinum quartet ALL-4-ONE etched their place in musical history. In 1994, their follow up smash song “I Swear” instantly climbed the charts and held the longest running #1 single position in Billboard’s history. Their success continued with the release of their next string of hits “ I Can Love You Like That,” “ She’s Got Skillz” and “Beautiful As You” to name a few . These four harmonious Grammy award winning artists, Jamie Jones, Delious Kennedy, Alfred Nevarez and Tony Borowiak, known collectively as ALL-4-ONE became a throwback to classic Motown era groups. It’s been seven years since ALL-4-ONE’s last album but they are ready to give their devoted fans another hit CD titled NO REGRETS. NO REGRETS will be in stores on September 15, 2009 through Peak Records distributed by Concord Music Group.
Creatively, the album is a fusion of three elements, as Jamie Jones explains: “There’s the classic pop sound for which we’re known, a more contemporary side and then songs that reflect our love for old school R&B.” The handclappin’ track “I Luv That Girl,” the catchy groove “Good Start” and the soulful classic “Old Fashion Lovin’” feature funky bass-tinged grooves while “Go” is a pulsating club cut that may surprise loyal All-4-One fans.” Those who love the group for their perfection of ballads will fall for the evocative vocals on “If Your Hearts Not In It” and “Key To Your Heart”. NO REGRETS is a musically diverse jukebox that showcases the quartet’s dynamic vocal range and musical styles.
ALL-4-ONE WORLD premiered their new single, “My Child” at the Palazzo Resort-Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Fans were clamoring for more of the group’s powerhouse vocals and harmonies, qualities that established ALL-4-ONE as Platinum selling artists. This standout performance has the media now referring to the band as one of the most talented groups of all time. Without a doubt NO REGRETS is destined to be one of ALL-4-ONE’s most successful albums – and 2009 IS their comeback year.