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Paul Jackson Funks up Radio

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Paul Jackson is now on 350 radio stations and climbing. Bassist Jackson was one of the founding members of the Headhunters and still tours and records with them on BasinStreet Records. He's put his new CD Funk on a Stick (BackDoor Records) in the ears of millions of radio listeners around the world. David Cintron of WPKR 91.5 said about Jackson's new CD, “I was stoked to get this CD. My favorite songs are “Everything You Got," “Pain," and “It's All a Groove." “Paul Jackson is more than good. He could and should be a star in his own right. Funk on a Stick is a great CD," said Mark O'Neill of 103.7 3 Way-FM. Bob Davis, Soul-Patrol.net radio says, “It's like Return to Forever/Headhunters with James Brown. Funk on a Stick is essential for you to own." At CFBX Radio's (Steve Marlow media contact) top 10 jazz chart, Funk on a Stick was #6 on January 6, 2006.

Funk on a Stick features singer/songwriter Tony Adamo's song “Hey Lou," with Adamo doing vocals. Also featured on Stick is the funk drumming of James Levi.

Jackson, Adamo and producer/guitarist Jerry Stucker are already working on new material for a follow-up CD. RadioDirectX is handling the radio promotions for Funk on a Stick and Theorchard.com is handling worldwide digital and physical distribution. For music news on Paul Jackson go to ejazznews.com and click on Funk on a Stick or put Paul Jackson funk into Yahoo or Google search.

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