Reflected in his musical endeavors are more than twenty five years of dedication and passion to music, a passion that was ignited when Hubert’s father started teaching him to play the piano at the age of 12.
The culminations of his life experiences capture unyielding creativity and intensity with his diverse talents in all styles of music.
The list of artists with whom Hubert has worked is extensive and impressive. Even from the beginning of his professional career, Hubert caught the attention of established artists and musicians. Hubert has played, written, and/or recorded with artists such as: Roberta Flack, Miles Davis, Stephanie Mills, Madonna, Luther Vandross, Whitney Houston, Aretha Franklin, Norman Connors, Phyllis Hyman, The Spinners, Mtume, Gary Bartz, The Notorious BIG (the late Biggie Smalls) and Rakim (of Eric B. and Rakim) currently, Virtue, most notably… Read more
Hubert’s most noted work, however, came out of eight-year collaboration with James “D Train” Williams: a five-album catalog for which Hubert was the founder, producer, co- writer/arranger, and keyboardist. The first album resulted in two number one hits and perennial dance classics, “Keep On” and “You’re the One for Me”. The follow-up albums produced R&B hits that are still currently being sampled and/or covered by today’s hip-hop, jazz, and gospel artists.
Such successes have steadily led Hubert toward realizing his ultimate dream: to create, produce, own, and distribute music that will reflect the unique experiences of his musical journey through his relationship with God throughout this Almighty Universe.
Hubert will share his gift of music with all who’ll listen by the most cutting edge medium available.
Biography courtesy of Hubert Eaves III.
01 – Hubert Eaves III – Call To Awareness (Esoteric Funk, 1977)
02 – D-Train – Keep On (You’re The One For Me, 1982)
03 – Luther Vandross – I Can Tell You That (Power Of Love, 1991)
04 – Genobia Jeter – Peace Of Mind (Genobia, 1986)
Background music during the interview:
Duke Ellington – C Jam Blues, Bobby Lyle – The Genie, Miles Davis – Blue In Green, Hubert Eaves III – Painfull Pleasure, The Strangers – Step Out Of My Dream, Stacy Lattisaw – You Touched The Woman In Me, Jocelyn Brown – Ego Maniac