A native of Florida, and a United States
veteran, Solomon Bozeman is a talented musician, internationally recognized as a songwriter, vocalist, director and producer. He was awarded a Certificate of Achievement from Billboard for the song "Tell Me Can We Make It?" Bozeman was also named a finalist in the Sound Category for the same song in Sony's Innovators Program with a performance and
presentation in New York City at The Hotel Mackloe.
Bozeman has toured the midwest and throughout the southeast. He has toured the Mediterranean, Italy, France, Spain, Bosnia, Hungary, Kosovo, Macedonia, and Budapest, entertaining our U.S. soldiers and NATO Forces as a performer for the
USO/Armed Forces Entertainment.
As a musical director for the world famous Harlem Gospel Choir, he has presented throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland; continuing the production with them in Switzerland, Malta, Jersey and Belgium. He and the group completed a succesful tour of South America with concerts in Brazil, Argentinia, and Uruguay - performing both on stage and television. After returning to the United States this talented musician and director appeared at the Indiana
University of Pennsylvania with the Harlem Gospel Choir and acclaimed poet Nikki Giovanni.
Bozeman was ordained a Baptist Minister in 1992 and has remained active in the local community. He is most acknowledged for training and developing choirs, and conducting songwriter's/music workshops. Numerous churches and organizations have recognized his professional expertise, awarding him various Letters of Honor and Certificates of Appreciation.He has engaged in working with notable gospel artists, such as Dr. Leonard Scott of Tyscott Records, and the Mississippi Mass Choir. Results of a project with Grammy and Dove nominated producer Brian Hardin of Temple Hall Communications in Nashville Tennessee can be heard on songs - "Stand Up","If You Want Him To", and "That Man From Galilee" from Bozeman's previous
CD entitled That Man From Galilee.
Most current to date, Bozeman worked with and directed the Gospel Songwriter's Workshop Mass Choir in Pensacola, Florida for gospel legend Evangelist Dorothy Norwood, an original member of the renowned gospel group, The Caravans. He has also worked with gospel artists William Becton and Brent Jones of the group Brent Jones and The T. P. Mob.
In August 2003 he performed at the B.R.E. Conference in Washington D.C. with featured artists Roy Ayers, Virtue, Rizen, Improp2, Ayanna Gregory, and others. He has toured Germany, Austria, and Slovokia with Star Entertainments' Black Gospel
Singers of Germany as co-musical director from November 2003 through February 2004. In October 2004 Bozeman presented in Japan with the Tommy Tomita Harlem Tour. He has toured with Lanz Production's The Very Best of Black Gospel from November 2004 until February 2005 throughout Germany and Austria; completing a return engagement for the 2005 -2006 season.
Bozeman is the owner of an Independent Record label (Seraphim Records) and founder of the gospel group Seraphim Worship and Praise aka The New York
Gospel Choir. He and his group (SWP) toured France and Switzerland in October and November 2005. He is a member of The Recording Academy, a member of The
Gospel Music Association (GMA); a member of The National Music Publisher's Association / Harry Fox; a publisher and writer with the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP); a member of the NAACP, and supporter of Feed The Children Foundation. With a creative and unique sound which blends jazz, gospel and classical tones to produce a fresh inspirational and urban sound Bozeman's dedication to disseminating the message of the gospel through song is a blessing to all who hear.[link="URL">