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A Kind Voice On Music featuring Jerome "Big Foot" Brailey

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Our next guest is none other that Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Drummer Jerome "Big Foot" Brailey. Jerome "BigFoot" Brailey 
is best known for his work with P-Funk, which included the bands Parliament, Funkadelic, and numerous spin off projects. But his professional career had begun long before performing with the R&B groups The Unifics (Court Of Love), The Five Stairsteps and The Chambers Brothers. Jerome played on the original studio recording of the classic R&B song "O-o-h Child" by The Five Stairsteps, and later joining George Clinton's P-Funk collective in 1975 and appeared on many of their most iconic recordings, including co-writing one of Parliament's biggest hits, "Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof Off the Sucker)". Answering the demands of hardcore funk/rock/metal fusion fans, R&R Hall of Fame member Jerome "BigFoot" Brailey (former drummer Parliament-Funkadelic & cowriter of the iconic hit "Give Up The Funk {Tear The Roof Off}), his MUTINY guitarist Donald "Lenny" Holmes, MUTINY bassist Lin Washington and Superstar Funk vocalist Gary "Mudbone" Cooper (co-founder of Bootsy's Rubber Band) have come together, forming a band of seasoned funk musicians who have honed their skills over the last few decades playing those iconic hits as well as fresh, new funk jams to rock the "Hardcore Jollies" of all who truly vibe off of live music. Our host, Kenny Fulton, has the distinguished honor of playing and discussing music from this new collaboration called "Other Funky Music".