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Gary King

Gary King is an exciting young singer, songwriter and producer with a warm and engaging improvisational style. A Samoan-American influenced by the great jazz, soul and pop vocalists, he brings his versatile voice, contemporary sensibilities and considerable gifts to the music. He likes to play with time and take risks when he sings, sometimes moving a tune in unexpected directions. Gary King has worked as a session vocalist, opened for Stevie Wonder and other major-label artists, and been a member of the Andrae Crouch Gospel Choir, which in 2009 performed at Michael Jackson's funeral ceremonies. A graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston, he has composed for television and films, including “All About Us” and “Prom Night.” His music can be heard on cable networks like Starz, VH1 Classic, Encore, DirectTV, FX, Chiller, and InDemand.


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Kurt Elling Kurt Elling
voice / vocals
Donny Hathaway Donny Hathaway
voice / vocals
Stevie Wonder Stevie Wonder
keyboards

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