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"The Music Chamber" with Brian "The Hammer" Jackson

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"The Music Chamber" with Brian The Hammer Jackson bringing you the best in Indie Music:

-Greg "G-Moe" Moore, MoeSoul Records former Guitarist with Earth, Wind & Fire, currently Tha Moejo & Parker.  MoeSoul Records is based around Soul and R&B Music! Greg has spent the past 35+ years playing guitar, the last 10 years with the Legendary Group Earth, Wind & Fire. Greg has been a sideman for many of the BEST Pop & R&B performers in the world such as Marvin Gaye, Maxwell, Stevie Wonder, Whitney Houston, Barry White, Janet Jackson, Anita Baker, Brian McKnight, Bobby Brown, Vanessa Williams, Shanice, Patrice Rushen, Crusaders, Roy Ayers, The Emotions, Cheryl Lynn, Gerald Albright, George Clinton, The Temptations.

-Michael Tafoya has been a loud, raw and completely original part of the Chicago and National music scene for more than 30 years. Michael first gained international attention with Epic Recording Artists, "The Boyzz from Illinoizz", releasing their album "Too Wild To Tame". National Tours followed with Aerosmith, Rush, REO Speedwagon and Judas Priest. Then in search of greener, creative pastures Michael formed "The B'zz" (The Boyzz, "America's Most Wanted"), went on to make an appearance on Dick Clark's American Bandstand, making history being the only unsigned act to perform in the show's 35 year run. Then filmed a video for MTV "Get Up, Get Angry", toured the country all while writing music prolifically. In 2002  Tafoya's Lost Boyzz, a new band with a new, yet classic sound was formed. There's no denying the echoes of Led Zepplin, Santana, The Doors, Audio Slave, Rush, hard core blues and even The Boyzz in The Lost Boyzz sound. But from the soul of Classic Rock, The Lost Boyzz have managed to forge a completely new and innovative sound.

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