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LOTL Welcomes Gedeon Luke’s debut EP, Perfect Ain’t Perfect,

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Those who know him describe him as an old soul. Charming, wise, and passionate, Gedeon
Luke is a serious young man on a mission. Inspired by the Gospel infused sounds that
spearheaded a cultural movement (Sly Stone, Curtis Mayfield, Al Green, Ike and Tina Turner),
Gedeon’s aim is to bring back music with no boundaries. Love, Peace, and Soul for all.
Gedeon is no stranger to life’s hardships. In his 23 years he has seen it all. “I grew up in the
projects in Memphis,Tennessee...literally on the streets where I was surrounded by gang violence
and drug abuse. It deeply affected my family and our ability to think.” Music and faith were two
things that were always available in his household. Through them, Gedeon found refuge and
transcendence.
In late 2008 Gedeon was introduced to writer/producer Marc Swersky (Joe Cocker, Roger
Daltrey). They immediately struck up a kinship and went to work with one purpose - share Love,
Peace, and Soul. After writing and recording dozens of songs over a two year period, Gedeon
began touring the Tri-state area honing in further on his message. Audiences were captivated
with the Mayfield like, “Soul Child” and his personal shout out for togetherness, “Standing On Top
Of the World”. Songs like these would later stamp the shape and sound of his message.
In January of 2012, Gedeon set out to make the record he always wanted. With Marc producing
and a few reels of 2” tape, they cut the record over a four day period at MSR Studios, NYC. He
and his band, The People, along with featured musicians Jack Daley (Lenny Kravitz), James
Poyser (The Roots), and Bobby Sparks (Prince), fostered a sound that was live and raw -
 

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