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Tickets On Sale Now: 'Bridge to Hope' All-Day Music Festival to Feature Top Artists, Gourmet Food, Art Show, Saturday, September 26th at Fort Mason's Great Meadow
Date:8/21/2009

morning show on 94.7 KTWV's "The Wave" in Los Angeles, and is the host of "Soul Session Countdown with Brian McKnight" on BETJ. He will make his debut as host of a nationally syndicated late night television talk show, which premieres the same weekend as the concert.

Veteran contemporary urban jazz sax stars Gerald Albright and Kirk Whalum have been touring throughout the summer to sell out crowds with their dynamic hit show "Sax for Stax," celebrating the enduring legacy of the music from the classic Memphis-based label. Each a star, both Albright and Whalum are considered among the most versatile composers and performers in contemporary jazz, making their pairing a natural evolution of their talents. Whalum's smooth grooves and Albright's soulful style are always a crowd pleaser.

As founder and principal songwriter of the Grammy award-winning group "A Taste of Honey," Janice-Marie first captured the pop world's attention with her disco hit "Boogie Oogie Oogie," which garnered the band a "Best New Artist" Grammy. Currently enjoying a solo career, Janice-Marie's song "Until the Eagle Falls" won a Native American Music Award, and she was inducted into the Native American Music Association Hall of Fame in 2008. Once again she will seduce listeners with her vocal art and musical expertise.

Best known for her 70s pop classics "Right Back Where We Started From," "Love Hit Me" and "Lead Me On," London born Maxine Nightingale is a seasoned vocalist who has entertained audiences all over the world, garnering international acclaim and touring throughout Europe, Asia and Central and South America. In recent years she has returned to the limelight, shifting musical gears from disco and pop to sultry jazz, performing with everyone from Carlos Santana to Boz Scaggs and Lionel Richie.

A Bay Area institution, the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir appears year round at local events such as
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