LMMGM Recording Artist, Mwalim DaPhunkeeProfessor and His Brand of Soul-Funk-Jazz to Perform at the Popular Uptown Eatery Hudson River Cafe

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New York, NY, June 22, 2012 --(PR.com)-- The “Heaven on the Hudson” concert series will feature LMMGM Recording Artist, Mwalim DaPhunkeeProfessor on Wednesday, the 27th of June, starting at 8:00 p.m. Mwalim will be joined by bassist Rodney “Rock” Chiles and drummer Eldon Simms.

Mwalim, a.k.a. DaPhunkeeProfessor is a multidisciplinary, master artist and teacher. As a musician, singer, songwriter, arranger and producer, he is the type of soul - funk - jazz artist who embodies the time-honored tradition of the musical storyteller. A vibrant and prolific figure in the underground soul and dance music scene, Mwalim notes, "I never made a killing, but I've always made a living."

Playing Carnegie Hall before he turned 14, Mwalim began his career in the 1980's, while attending Music & Art High School. Hanging out in the fabled 251 West 3oth Street music building led to doing session work at Planet Studios and Rogue studios; later doing session work at Jazzy Jay Recording Studios when it was located in the Bronx. Nicknamed "The String Guy" for adding violin, viola and cello parts to songs, he also played keyboard on a number of early hip-hop, r&b and dance music recordings in New York City and eventually Boston, MA.

The Bronx native recently released his fourth studio album, “DEEP Soul Chants & Hollers” on Tuesday, June 12th following the release of the critically acclaimed single, “The ABYSS”, which according to Michael Fossati of Spiritofhouse.com, “… its unique and fresh fusion of the classic house/garage sound made famous by people such as the legendary Larry Levan and the signature soul-funk-jazz stylings of Mwalim DaPhunkeeProfessor, this is something truly special not to be missed. And best of all, the release features none less than seven fantastic versions covering different genres, making it appeal to difference audience.” (March 25, 2012). Based on the strength of this single, Mwalim won the 2012 'Best Male Jazz Artist' category at the New England Urban Music Awards, also having earned one in 2010 for the album “The Liberation Sessions” and the single “Dem Big Girls”. Mwalim has opened for and/or performed with Musiq, The Four Tops, Angie Stone, The P-Funk All-Stars, The Last Poets, KRS –ONE, and N’Dambi.

Admission for “Heaven On the Hudson” is $10 dollars presented with flyer. The Hudson River Café is located at 697 West 133rd Street, New York, New York.
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