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KFC Pride 360 Presents the Soul Jazz Pre-Grammy Party

SOURCE: Published: 2008-02-03
Who: Acclaimed Harpist & Vocalist and NARAS Board Member has been chosen as the headliner for the SOUL JAZZ Pre-Grammy party. Destiny Muhammad, who uses only her first name, has been hard at work on her new album, SACRED BATH, the long-awaited follow up to her debut effort, THE QUEST, from Grass Roots Entertainment. Called a Sound Sculptress and 'Harpist from the Hood', Destiny's unique talent and latest efforts has received wide reaching praise for it's evocative musings and ethereal sound.

“Her album has commercial appeal with a very tranquil spiritual element to her sound that listeners are enchanted by." -- D'wayne Wiggins (TONY, TONI, TONE)

“Destiny- You WOWED us! You are Heaven Sent!" -- Susan L. Taylor (Former Editorial Director- Essence Magazine)

About: KFC Pride 360 Presents the SOUL JAZZ Pre-Grammy party. Pride 360 was born out of the idea for KFC to connect with and support many of the cultural initiatives taking place in Black America. Such events include the Black College Expo, Black Home Coming, Essence Music Festival, BET Music Awards, and community events associated with Black History month.

The Soul Jazz concept is an exploration of alternative jazz, funk, soul and other forms of jazz influenced rhythms.

When: Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Time: 6:00 PM - Doors Open / 7:00 PM - Performance

Where: Cinespace
6356 Hollywood Blvd (Corner of Ivar) 2nd Floor
Los Angeles, CA
www.cinespace.info, www.souljazzfestival.com
ADMISSION IS FREE

Sponsors: Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), English Gal Media, Graffiti PR

About Pride 360

Pride 360 is KFC's reminder that the reasons we succeed are all around us - Individuals, Families, Communities. KFC wants to encourage others to succeed and achieve by honoring their heritage and fostering a belief in people. For more information about KFC's commitment to the African-American community, please visit www.kfc.com/pride360.


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