Ben L’Oncle Soul – This Saturday at Make Music Pasadena!

This Saturday, June 18, neo-soul singer Ben L’Oncle Soul will play his first U.S. show at the Luckman World Music Stage at Make Music Pasadena. From The Windish Agency’s website:

“Ben’s groove is undeniably American, in terms of respecting the standards of the Motown genre, in that it remains soul music with a distinct pop influence (in Elle Me Dit, and Demain J’Arrête), but without any attempt to behave. At liberty to, the Soul Uncle additionally covers the old bow-tied crooners’ range on Mon Amour, and the funky R&B of Stevie Wonder on I Don’t Wanna Waste on his flourishing collection of 60s standards written in 2010. As we know that Motown Records’ nickname in the 60s was The Hit Factory, no doubt remains: Ben L’Oncle Soul really couldn’t escape his fate.”

See Ben L’Oncle Soul at 4 pm at the Luckman World Music Stage during Make Music Pasadena this Saturday, June 18! To listen to samples of his music, visit his Myspace page by clicking here.

For more information on Make Music Pasadena, visit the website by clicking here.



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