Gemini Soul with Ajamu Akinyele to Appear on the TV Show Sacramento & CO. News 10 / Abc April 19th @ 9 AM


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Cyber Jazz recording artists Gemini Soul w/ Ajamu Akinyele to perform “Live" on the morning television show Sacramento & Co. NEWS 10/ABC.

Thursday - April 19, 2007 @ 9 AM to 10 AM
Sacramento & Co.

Channel: NEWS 10/ABC

California Broadcasting Areas: Sacramento; Davis; Fairfield; Folsom; Lodi; Modesto; Rancho Cordova; Rocklin; Roseville; Stockton; Tracy; Truckee; Vacaville; and Woodland

*Also, catch Gemini Soul w/ Ajamu Akinyele “Live" - April 20th at Pachanga Restaurant & Bar; 825 Sutter Street; Folsom, CA 95630; 916-351-5888; www.pachangarestaurant.com; 9:00 pm to 12:00 am.

Cyber Jazz recording artists Ajamu Akinyele, pronounced Ah- jah-moo + Ah-kin-yay-lay, (bass, drum programming, & vocals); Jon O'Bergh (piano & keyboards); and Andrew Foster (percussion) will be performing their eclectic blend of smooth jazz - funk fusion as Gemini Soul on the morning television show Sacramento & Co (NEWS 10/ABC) on Thursday - April 19th at 9 am. Don't miss this Cyber Jazz Experience, as you'll hear songs taken from their new CD “Liquid Soul".

Gemini Soul w/ Ajamu Akinyele's performances are compared to the smooth sounds of Sade, the laidback grooves of bassist MeShell Ndegeocello, the funkiness of jazz legend Herbie Hancock, and the pop funk fusion of Miles Davis. Liquid Soul features new original music, plus favorite standards such as Peggy Lee's “Fever," Stanley Clarke's “Yesterday Princess," Sade's “Kiss of Life" & “Hang On To Your Love," and Dave Brubeck's “Take Five." Liquid Soul is the new direction in jazz...check it out at www.cdbaby.com/ geminisoul2.

Ajamu Akinyele states “My overall goal is to introduce my music to all generations and to all ethnic backgrounds in support of jazz of all genres, trying to unite us as a people of one nation under a groove through cyber jazz."

“Liquid Soul" the new CD from Gemini Soul w/ Ajamu Akinyele now available at: www.cdbaby.com/geminisoul2, Amazon.com, I-Tunes and other major online music retailers.

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