In 2004, he began working on my first solo Gospel project.
Lomax’s gospel project led to unexpected opportunities. Through his gospel project, his musical artistry was introduced to the National Congress of Black Women, Inc. (NCBW). He performed for that group on several occasions and was invited to participate as a musical guest the unveiling of the bust of Sojourner Truth in Washington, DC at the US Capital Visitors’ Center. He was blessed with the honor of personally meeting and speaking with our First Lady, Mrs. Michelle Obama.
Ever looking to broaden his musical horizons, Lomax began his “ Southern Soul” experience as a guitar player on Tony Troutman’s well-know “Southern Soul” hit, “Your Man Is Home Tonight. While a member of the Mel Waiter’s band, Lomax has taken the opportunity to collaborate with Mel on several musical projects that are destined for musical success. These include writing and producing the music for Mel Waiter’s new single, “She’s Got No Curfew.” Lomax has also produced and performed on the music of Chandra Calloway’s new single “Ask Me what You Want” Jimmy-Jai and Charles Wilson all performers on Mel Waiters’ new record label, Brittney Records.
You are invited to enjoy “Put It All Up There,” Lomax’s latest, hot new “ Southern Soul” released on KAL Entertainment Inc. “Put It All Up In There” is written by Lomax Spaulding IV and produced and performed by Lomax Spaulding III. This ‘sure to please’ release has the makings of a “Southern Soul” classic and has also allowed Lomax to be nominated for “New Male Vocalist of the Year” by the Jus Blues Music Foundation.
Be on the lookout for Lomax’s hot, new (CD) (album) entitled “Life Lessons.”