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The Colors of Music - #2 Featuring ColoredPeople.net's Talented Members

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The following are ColoredPeople.net members featured in this show:

Dj Gary T Hosts "The Dusties Party" on Thursday's from 9pm-12am EST. The Dusties Party spins the best and rarest of Soul, Funk, Jazz, and Blues. The best 3-hour party happening on this side of the airwaves. Gary and Mario hosted a tribute to the late Michael Jackson and we will share with you some portions of their show on WHPK 88.5fm Chicago!

NeoSoulJah - She has a vocal range from 2nd tenor to mezzo-soprano reminds us of the dying art of real singing. Neo is releasing her long awaited debut CD.

Hassan Khan - Hassan’s history goes back to the mid 60’s. Master bass player has played with “The First Family of Soul”, The Five Stairsteps and legendary family, the gospel, soul and R&B singing group, The Staple Singers. He was married to the internationally known singer, Chaka Khan and was instrumental in developing her into the dynamic vocalist that she is today.

Gem Avery - Self proclaimed "Pioneress of Ambient Soul". Boasting thirteen (13) spirit elevating songs, Gem Avery’s debut album GAS MONEY is an integral part of the menu at mood lounges, soul kitchens and neosoul café type venues everywhere.

Andre "Versatile" Hunter - Versatile has assumed the role as the R&B Jay-Z for his new management team, D-lux Entertainment and all affiliated companies. He is currently working on his solo album titled "Questions & Answers" while being the man behind the music on different artists' albums soon to debut.

Billy Jones Bluez - A refreshing blast of the really great sound of Healing Blues, Jazz, Funk Music.
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Quwwa will join us to reveal the winner of his original painting

This show is dedicated to the memory of Michael Joseph Jackson (1958-2009)