The award winning music documentary, “FunkJazz Kafé: Diary Of A Decade (The Story Of A Movement)”, will host an exclusive screening in Washington, DC on May 30th at the classic Howard Theater (620, T St NW, Washington, DC 20001), 7:30pm. The power of “community” is priceless. This should be another blast because DC is our best market outside of Atlanta!
Don’t miss this exciting music and movie experience!
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“FunkJazz Kafé: Diary of A Decade (The Story Of A Movement)” is narrated by Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame inductee, Chuck D (Public Enemy) and includes appearances by Cee Lo Green, Dick Gregory, Cornel West, Erykah Badu, Jill Scott, Jamie Foxx, George Clinton, Janelle Monae, Roy Ayers, Bilal, Public Enemy, Caron Wheeler, Speech, Common, Kevin Powell, Omar Lye-Fook, Andre 3000, Van Hunt, The Mizell Brothers, Loose Ends, Doug E. fresh, Joi Gilliam, Meshell Ndegeocello, Eric Roberson, Dionne Farris, N’Dea Davenport, DJ Kemit, Lil’ John Roberts, Dallas Austin, Raphael Saadiq with many others… commenting on the condition and evolution of “Soul” music as it relates to our current music business with the absence of live bands and the rise of Atlanta’s FunkJazz Kafé Arts & Music Festival as a movement.
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