At some point you’ve heard Arnold McCuller’s rich distinctive vocals that have captured the hearts and ears of many well-respected musicians and fans alike. Long time featured vocalist with James Taylor and Phil Collins, in addition to recording with numerous A-list musicians. Arnold has also had a rather successful acting career as well with a number of film and TV appearances.
After a national tour of the musical Hair, Arnold joined the quartet Revelation from 1974-1979 and recorded one album plus a series of singles. In 1979, Arnold kicked off his solo career with a remake of “Nowhere to Run” that was featured in the cult hit movie The Warriors. Almost 40 years later, this song still averages over 12k streams per month on Spotify. This would be the first of many movie soundtracks to feature Arnold including Duets and Patriot Games.
Since 1990. Arnold has released seven studio and two live solo albums that run the range of smooth jazz to latin-pop to blues showcasing Arnold’s diverse vocal abilities. Many of Arnold’s talented friends have lent him a hand over the years including: Bonnie Raitt, Dave Koz, David Benoit, Brad Cole, Lamont Van Hook, Jon Gilutin and more.
His latest album, Witness, features fellow touring bandmates Michael Landau, Jimmy Johnson and Luis Conte. Witness also features Matt Cusson, two time winner of the John Lennon Songwriters Award, on a variety of instruments, producer and co-writer of two tracks.
Since 1977, Arnold has recorded and toured the world with James Taylor. His solo section during “Shower the People” is considered to be one of the fan highlights of James’ concerts. So much that James had Arnold accompany him for his acoustic performance of “Shower the People” at the National Mall for President Obama’s inauguration. This was the first of several performances Arnold would do for the Obama White House with James and Lyle Lovett.
In 1990, Phil Collins recruited Arnold into his touring band. Over the years, Phil has let Arnold take the lead on “Separate Lives” and “Easy Lover”. Arnold continues to tour with Phil and will be on the road with him as well as James Taylor in 2018 and 2019.
In between touring with James, Phil and Lyle, Arnold finds time to make a rare solo appearance. Look for more from Arnold in the summer of 2019 as he hits the road for another round of solo shows and hopefully another release of studio tracks.
Witness is Arnold's 5 song EP recorded in 2017 that covers a range of emotions from the percussion driven title track to the blues stomping...View full product details
A double CD, recorded live in December of 2015 at LA's renowned Baked Potato features classic performances by Arnold and his band on their home...View full product details
Arnold’s new 2011 project, a Blues album called Soon As I Get Paid is set for an April 19 release along with live performances of...View full product details
Sabor is my first project of all original material, every word and melody. It is a Latin-flavoured collection with enough feeling that I hope will...View full product details
I decided after the statute of limitations had expired I'd put together the Virgin Recordings that was dropped in 1990. John Brown and I had...View full product details
The Baked Potato, February 15th 2002. This quaint bar is packed with loyal followers sipping drinks and noshing on steaming spuds. Arnold is singing sings...View full product details
The idea for this project came from radio. I was listening to "Hold On My Heart" on the "wave", and thought I'd love to sing...View full product details
With his gloriously inspired vocals, Arnold McCuller paints plaintive pictures, records full-throttle feelings, and captures heartfelt moments. He interprets many of our familiar emotions, including:...View full product details
This recording was recorded by Dana Walden and co produced by Tom Callahan in 1990. It is considered my second release, but the first on...View full product details
This is the single release of the song "Soul Searching" taken from the album "Exception to The Rule". "Soul Searching" was written in 1991 by...View full product details
|September 22, 2018||Arnold McCuller||The Baked Potato, Studio City, CA, USA||Tickets | info|
|October 5, 2018||Phil Collins||BB&T Center Sunrise, FL, USA||Tickets | info|
|October 7, 2018||Phil Collins||Capitol One Arena, Washington DC, USA||Tickets | info|
|October 8, 2018||Phil Collins||Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA, USA||Tickets | info|
|October 9, 2018||Phil Collins||TD Garden, Boston, MA, USA||Tickets | info|
|October 11, 2018||Phil Collins||Air Canada Centre, Toronto, ON, CAN||Tickets | info|
|October 13, 2018||Phil Collins||Prudential Center, Newark, NJ, USA||Tickets | info|
|October 14, 2018||Phil Collins||Barkleys Center, Brooklyn, NY, USA||Tickets | info|
|October 16, 2018||Phil Collins||Centre Bell, Montreal, QC, CAN||Tickets | info|
|October 18, 2018||Phil Collins||Quicken Loans Arean, Cleveland, OH, USA||Tickets | info|
|October 19, 2018||Phil Collins||Nationwide Arena, Columbus, OH, USA||Tickets | info|
|October 21, 2018||Phil Collins||Target Center, Minneapolis, MN, USA||Tickets | info|
|October 22, 2018||Phil Collins||United Center, Chicago, IL, USA||Tickets | info|
|October 25, 2018||Phil Collins||Oracle Arena, Oakland, CA, USA||Tickets | info|
|October 27, 2018||Phil Collins||MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas, NV, USA||Tickets | info|
|October 28, 2018||Phil Collins||The Forum, Inglewood, CA, USA||Tickets | info|