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Swing Out Sister in full effect.
Think Swing Out Sister, Sade, Michael Franks, Matt Bianco – and then inject it with some lite jazz, pop and soul – and you’ve got Workshy.
Showing love to Heavy D. Michael, Jamet, Tyrese, Monifah, BB King, Anthoiny Hamilton, Carl Thomas, Soul For Real and more.
On tap: Si Tew and Pete Simpson, The Rurals and Jaidene Veda, Leon Ware, SoulP with Princess Freesia and Replife, Deborah Bond and Lewis Taylor, Dego and Ferraz, Rahsaan Patterson, Heston, Julie Dexter, DJ Jazzy Jeff and Ayah, Tracy Cruz, Zo,and Phonte, DJ Mitsu and Jose James, Emily King.
Loose Ends from both sides- the well known, familiar side, and the not-so-familiar, rare, side.
The Whispers, Earth Wind and Fire, O’Bryan, Prince, Cameo, Tom Brown, Evelyn Champagne King, Angela Bofill, GQ, The System, Deniece Williams, Atlantic Starr, Steve Arrington, Patrice Rushen.
Giving you Random Soul, Black Coffee, Lenora Jaye, Kafele, 45. IRIE Avery Sunshine,
MdCL. Bah Samba, Tasita D’Mour, Cool MIllion, Jeniqua, Rbian Benson, Moon Baker, Lowe
East Side, Terry Callier, Stephanie McKay, and Jimmy Abney.
The man who takes new age and adult contemporary to another level, Michael Franks.
Anderson, The Spinners, The Supremes, Syreeta, Quincy, Patti Austin, Donny Hathaway, MJ, Angel Grant, John Keith.
Yes indeed. Billy Ocean, Savanna, David Joseph, Linx, Light Of The World. Second Image, D-Influence, Carleen Anderson, Nu Colours, Touchdown, The Limit, Culture Club, Omar, Rae and Christian, Level 42 and Lyndon David Hall.
On tap: Black Coffee with Hugh Masekela, Roundabounts with Shae Soul, BSTC with JL, Reel People with Darien, Liquideep. Snoop Dogg, Hypnotic Brass Enemble, J DaVeY, Def Sound, Nick Van Gelder, Giovanca, Cee Lo, Gorillaz, Little Dragon, Blu, Jack Davey, KING, Gretchen Parlato, Anthony David.
EWF, ConFunkShun, Norman Connors Grey And Hanks, Manhattan Transfer, Instant Funk, Roy Ayers, Mtume, George Benson, Phyllis Hyman, A Taste Of Hioney, Crusaders, Raydio, Brenda Russell, Nile Rodgers.
Mark Adams, the bassist of Slave, has transitioned on. He is gone but will never be forgotten.
Love, from the end to the beginning.