Who's Who 

Jamal Ahmad: host of WCLK-FM (91.9)'s "The Soul of Jazz," weekdays, 2-6 p.m.

Salah Ananse: DJ at Shout restaurant and other nightlife events.

Ken Batie: promotions director for WCLK-FM; hosted WCLK-FM's now defunct "Hot Ice in the Afternoon" for 20 years.

Sleepy Brown: vocalist and co-founder of production team Organized Noize, which has made hits for TLC, Ludacris and others. New solo CD, Mr. Brown, scheduled for release in July 2006.

Laurneá: vocalist, songwriter, actress and producer; working on her fifth release for her label, EraSound 1.

Philippe Chekroune: Yin Yang co-owner, 1997-2000.

Anthony David: singer/songwriter; the follow-up to 3 Chords & the Truth is scheduled for release later this year.

Donnie: vocalist; working on a follow-up to his critically acclaimed 2002 debut, The Colored Section.

Reggie Ealy: Yin Yang co-owner, 1994-1997; visual and performance artist now living in Atlanta and Berlin, Germany.

Asa Fain: drummer; also current Apache Café co-owner.

Will G: William Griggs, owner of Chocolate Soul record label and promotions/management firm.

DJ Kemit: Kevin Hyman; former member of Arrested Development and current member of the Chronicle. Also runs Divine Recordings label.

Freddy Luster: Yin Yang co-owner, 1997-2000; musician, event promoter, and lead the soul/dance band Seek.

Jason Orr: FunkJazz Kafé creator/producer.

Little John: John Roberts; drummer and bandleader of the Chronicle.

Khari Simmons: bass guitarist and leader of soul/dance band Jiva.



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