This week on the show I’m featuring the electro-funk sensation Inusa Dawuda! He hails from Hamburg, Germany though originally from Ghana, West Africa. He’s been rocking the saxophone for what seems like forever and he tells me his “sound” evolved from a spot-on James Brown impression he used to do. I’ll be playing songs from his last released LP Pharaoh Style and assorted singles. Inusa and I discussed his father’s career aspirations for him, his early days as an amateur boxer and how that influenced his stage presence. Let’s get ready to rumble!
Upcoming Tour Dates
April 30 2014- Weinland Waterfront- Hamburg, DE
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