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Georgia Anne Muldrow
By Sentinel News Service

(Courtesy photo)

July 19, 2018

July 19, 2018

7:00 pm To 10:00 pm

MacArthur Park, Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles, W. 6th Street & S. Park View Street, Los Angeles, California 90057

https://levittlosangeles.org/

Free

(213) 201-6111

The Levitt Pavilion free summer concert series presents Georgia Anne Muldrew. Born in Los Angeles to acclaimed jazz musician Ronald Muldrow, known as an instrumentalist with Eddie Harris, and Rickie Byars-Beckwith, leader of the famed Agape Choir and a noted spiritual teacher with the New Thought movement, Georgia Anne Muldrew was exposed to music at an early age. Upon graduating, Georgia moved to New York for The New School’s jazz program and met fellow students Robert Glasper and Bilal. Connecting with the likes of Wajeed led to her works on the critically acclaimed Platinum Pied Pipers’ Triple P album, but being on the NYC Subway underneath the World Trade Center during the mayhem of that tragic event led her to abandon New York for Los Angeles. Working with local producers such as Ras G, Dibiase & Sa-Ra grew her buzz which attracted major artists Erykah Badu & Mos Def.

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