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Ever since being told by some when he was a child that his blindness meant that "you can't do this, you can't do that," Midón has lived a life devoted to shattering stereotypes. His forthcoming album (to be released in February 2017) has the singer-guitarist adding producer-engineer to his portfolio of talents, with special computer software for the blind enabling him to engineer sessions on his own in his home studio. This project – which includes collaborations with R&B great Bill Withers, singer-songwriter Lizz Wright, Cameroonian jazz bassist Richard Bona and Grammy Award-winning jazz singer Dianne Reeves – underscores why People magazine called Midón "an eclectic adventurist."

“(He’s a) one-man band who turns a guitar into an orchestra and his voice into a chorus” – The New York Times

“Raul Midon is a great artist.” – Robert E. Simon