Mike Russell (g, voc)
Rudy Redl (key)
Jens Korodi (b)
Di Carlo (dr)
Mike Russell was born in 1952 in Washington D.C. and began studying classical and Flamenco guitar at an early age. His professional career started in the 60s with soul and blues bands. Song writing and composing was an early interest and this creative side resulted in some studio work with Columbia Records as guitarist and composer. The year 1970 was his first record release as composer and the title "Black Woman" was recorded by Grammy nominated Gloria Taylor and culminated in a US tour. The year 1972 saw his own Jazz-Rock group "Water Forest" perform Andy Warhol at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. Since moving to Berlin in 1989 he has performed with Eddy Harris, Billy Bang and many others. He formed the Black Heritage Orchestra with singer MFA KERA and released the CD in 1995 which reached the Top 10 European world music charts. He also has created his own Jazz-Soul-Funk sound. Mike Russell brings the most interesting musicians of the town together – and you can be sure it will be great, if you know that these musicians been on stage together with The Michael Jackson Band, The Weather Girls, Donna Summer, Donald Byrd & The Blackbirds, Patti Labelle, Eddie Harris, Rick Derringer and many more!
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