Including the single, "Baby, Baby, Baby" as featured on:


JFS Radio - Blaze Indie Radio - Radio 713 FM - Houston, TX

Soul Central Power - Soul Central Magazine - MusicNotez Radio

Makin-It Magazine - Fox - NBC - ABC - CBS - The CW - NU -

Radio Atlanta - N1M Music Radio

Award-Winning Artist

2014 Ohio Adult Listening Award

Michael's music has been reviewed by major media, acclaiming his "fresh" "Inspiring" "Much Anticipated" Sound (Michael's Reviews: )

Recently, College Underground Radio, 2017, reported "Michael Egleton is quickly becoming recognized and respected for his consistency, quality and effectiveness of his music. His music touches hearts and minds of those who listen to it and deals with many of the life issues and relationships issues that affect people every day. “It’s real”, is the way one music reviewer describes it. It’s to the point as another has written. It’s smooth and sultry music. NBC News Channel 4 said of the award winning A Look Into My Heart, “The album is a powerhouse from start to finish, and even looks great, too.” CNN IReport News said, ".... the message of this album is one of hope .." So one can see this artist, Michael Egleton, is on his way to greatness with every note he writes."

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At the age of seven, Michael Egleton was introduced to music when his mom brought home a guitar for Christmas. He continued to play and experiment with numerous instruments before finding his musical connection with the keyboard. Michael began his musical career by playing and composing Gospel music for local artists and churches. Throughout the years his passion for music has broaden to include various genres such as Jazz, R&B and Soul.

Johnny Gill, Bobby “Blue” Bland, George Benson, Michael Henderson, Tyrese are just a few of the names that come to mind when you hear the music of Michael Egleton. Whether you’re in the mood to dance or for love the R & B, jazzy and sultry blends of piano and orchestra sounds sprinkled with raspy vocals takes you there with every song.

Today his keyboard is how he interprets life and allows his feelings to flow from the heart. Egleton’s mature sound can be attributed to his childhood and being raised by his grandfather, a fiery Gospel preacher from the south and former ” Honkie Tonk” musician himself during the 40′s and 50′s playing in the juke joints around Chicago.