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Cynthia Johnson, the voice of Funkytown
Cynthia Johnson on set
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Minneapolis Skyline
Minneapolis
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Billy Preston, the 5th Beatle
Billy Preston, the 5th Beatle
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Joanne Shenandoah, Grammy Winner
Joanne Shenandoah, Grammy Winner
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Joe Cocker, Grammy Winner
Joe Cocker
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Sam Moore, Grammy Winner
Sam Moore, Grammy Winner
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    Eric Leeds (saxophonist) - Interview by Cynthia Johnson

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    Hans Stachowiak, producer - Interview about TV series Legends Rock

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    Irv Williams, saxophonist

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    Joanne Shenandoah, singer/songwriter - interview by Cynthia Johnson

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    Joe Cocker, singer

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    Steve Wiese, producer - interview by Cynthia Johnson

Cynthia Johnson, singer of #1 smash-hit Funkytown, interviews Prince's saxophone player Eric Leeds. Extract from the megabien TV-production "Funkytown", produced by megabien entertainment and Radio Bremen, German Public TV.
Interview by Fred Steinbach with producer Hans W. Stachowiak about the creation of the "Legends Rock" TV show that was produced on the island of Porquerolles, France. Legends Rock is a 3-episode TV series featuring guest artists Billy Preston (the Fifth Beatle), Tony Joy White (the Swamp Fox), and Sam Moore (the Soul Man).
Interview with 93-year young jazz master Irv Williams, a Minnesota saxophone legend and true hero.
Cynthia Johnson, singer of #1 smash hit "Funkytown" interviews multi-Grammy winning artist Joanne Shenandoah and her husband Doug for the megabien "Funkytown" TV-series, a co-production of megabien entertainment and Radio Bremen, part of the German Public TV network ARD.
Interview with Joe Cocker about Billy Preston and his song "You Are So Beautiful". The song, written by Billy Preston, got Joe Cocker back to music and became one of Cocker´s greatest hits.
Cynthia Johnson, the voice of #1 hit "Funkytown, interviews Steve Wiese, a Minneapolis based producer, recording engineer and studio owner. They talk about the origin of the song "Funkytown" and the Minneapolis music scene. The interview is part of the TV-series "Funkytown", produced by megabien entertainment and hosted by Cynthia Johnson.