Known for their incredible live shows from clubs to arenas to festivals, THE SHADOWBOXERS whose three-part-harmony captivates audiences, are carving their niche as a modern day Bee Gees.
Recently touring in support of Justin Timberlake’s Man Of The Woods tour across the US and Europe, critics praised the trio and, as the Baltimore Post-Examiner wrote, “the next time The Shadowboxers play Capital One Arena, they might be playing second, not first.”
With an R&B-soaked mix of soul and pop, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution said “they’ve got the sound, the chops and the connections - expect to see them on bigger stages more often.”
APOLLO, the band’s debut EP, was co-produced by Timberlake and Israeli writer/ producer K-Kov. The lead track RUNAWAY made its broadcast television debut on The Today Show, followed by another live performance on The Talk.
The band is releasing new music and videos monthly, including STOP, FINDING A PROBLEM and the recently released TELEPHONE, co-written with Timberlake. They have since garnered over 6.5 million streams of original material on Spotify and Apple Music and over 110K followers on social media to date and growing.
Members Matt Lipkins, Scott Tyler and Adam Hoffman experienced an almost instantaneous musical compatibility when they first started writing together in college, since forging a cohesive sound based on a shared reverence for the strong, taut harmonies of the Bee Gees, CSN and Earth, Wind & Fire and the rhythmic pop funk of Prince, D’Angelo and Michael Jackson.