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GAYLE CHAPMAN is the Funkiest Girl I've Ever Met - PRINCE

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Rivers in Desert Ministry is excited to once again present another TOP SHELF Interview with a real Music Legend!  We are pleased to bring to you for your listening pleasure an informal chat with Music Legend GAYLE CHAPMAN. 

"Gayle Chapman was the first, a keyboardist in Prince's debut band—formed in 1979 and eventually named The Revolution—along with Linda Anderson, the sister of Revolution bassist André Cymone. Prince once told her that he hired her because she was “the funkiest white chick he had ever met". Excerpt taken from:

I've been fortunate to do a little research on Gayle and chat with her a couple of times.  We talked on everything from music to real estate to chemtrails.  On a personal level, she's cool beans and easy to chat with.  Musically, she's a powerhouse with a clear trumpet of a voice.....she's the real deal with all the skills.  Gayle's solo act has a special type of charisma and warmth that still captivates a wide variety of audiences in her local music scene.  Don't be surprised to see alot more of this SuperStar on the world stage!  GAYLE is a hidden talent with a real message who's time has come!

Gayle sings and plays from a place deep within her soul.  Her music is truly timeless and described on CDBABY as rocking with  Powerful vocals, evocative lyrics, great variety in musical style. Everything from jazz hiphop and rock, to soulful folk rock and easy listening. Great played loud.

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