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Gemini Soul "Sound Stage Performance" Airs on Jazzcult TV Show Friday April 25th @ 6 PM - Cable Channel 29 (Jazz/Funk Fusion)

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Gemini Soul “Sound Stage Performance" To Air On Jazzcult TV Show (Cable Channel 29 San Francisco)
Friday - April 25th @ 6 PM
Jazzcult TV Show w/ host Linda Lam
Cable Channel 29
San Francisco, CA
accessf.org

* Check artist website for additional information at geminisoul.net

Gemini Soul's “Sound Stage Performance" will air on San Francisco's Channel 29 Jazzcult TV program w/ host Linda Lam Friday - April 25th @ 6 PM.

This 30 minute program will be Gemini Soul's first live Sound Stage performance featuring material from their fourth jazz/funk fusion CD “The Nefertiti Xperience."
Gemini Soul will perform “Radical," “Sun Goddess," “ River Nile," “Nefertiti Xperience," and “Black Venus."

This isn't your typical jazz; this is Cyber Jazz for a new generation!
Tune-In On Cable Channel 29 (San Francisco)
Tune-In On The Net at www.accessf.org/guide/watch
* Other Areas Should Check Their Local Listings

This pre-recorded performance was filmed at Soundwave Studios in Oakland, CA on April 10, 2008.

Gemini Soul's new jazz/funk fusion CD titled, “The Nefertiti Xperience," is influenced by Herbie Hancock's critically acclaimed jazz/funk album “Head Hunters" and available at Amazon, CDBABY, & iTunes.

Gemini Soul is:

Andre Ajamu Akinyele - bass & programming
Jon O'Bergh - keyboards, piano & programming
Andrew Foster - percussion
Alex Marks - drums

Media Contact:
Pearl Jazz Recording Label
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