His visibility at the label grew, and soon Cole signed his own deal with Atlantic.He released his debut disc, 'Stay Awhile' in 1998; it yielded the hits "Where the Night Begins," "When I Think of You" and "Say It Again" and earned Cole a Prism Award for Best New Artist at the 2000 Oasis Smooth Jazz Awards.Or they could just be lonely and looking for friends or a partner.With so many options and the convenience of the apps, one might assume that we are more likely to assuage our loneliness than we could without them. Excessive use can do as much good for our mental state as devouring two extra-large Mc Donald’s fries at in the morning can do for our physical health.
As Americans become more socially isolated with time, are we looking at correlation or causation when it comes to our staggering increase of usage?
A native of Chicago, Illinois, saxophonist Steve Cole is one of the most celebrated players in contemporary jazz, having sold hundreds of thousands of albums worldwide and scored five #1 R&R Smooth Jazz hits.
Cole began his professional career, playing sessions and club dates wherever possible; he recorded with blues legend Junior Wells and began playing, writing and producing with Atlantic Records artists Brian Culbertson.
There are actually men who use the apps out of a desire for connection with another person.
They may be geographically remote, or part of a constrained social group.