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Thursday, 14 July 2016

Gregg Kofi Brown interview

Gregg Kofi Brown releases a new anthology CD "Rock 'n' Roll and UFO's" as well as an autobiography. An Interview with the long time member of the pioneering group of African heritage - Osibisa.

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Gregg Kofi Brown is a singer and multi-instrumentalist who is a long term member of the pioneering African funk rock - fusion band Osibisa. He was brought up around music and sang in church choirs and various functions during his youth. In his teens, he picked up both the electric guitar and bass. While performing in London, Gregg was approached, and asked to join the band Osibisa, as their bass player. When they noticed Greggs vocal prowess, they immediately promoted him to lead singer. Gregg has performed all over the world in major festivals and fine music venues. Gregg has performed or recorded with artists with the likes of: Joe Cocker, India Irie, Eric Burdon, Lauryn Hill, Billy Cobham, and many others. Gregg has also excelled in the theater as an actor/singer, appearing in many productions in London's West end theaters. A new anthology CD of Greggs music has just been released titled "Rock 'n' Roll and UFOs? as well as an autobiography on his creative life. I recently asked Gregg some questions on his productive career.

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Gregg Kofi-Brown is, of course best known for his work with seminal African funk rock pioneers Osibisa. they were one of the first, if not THE first African band to achieve popular success in the West..


Gregg Kofi Brown has been a member of the world class African pioneers OSIBISA for over 22 years and has travelled all over the world promoting the music of Ghana...

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