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Jazz at MOCA presents Timmy Thomas & the Overtown Soul Review
(Published: March 23, 2016)

Jazz at MOCA presents soul legend Timmy Thomas and the Overtown Soul Review, with special guest vocalist Cina Jones, in a FREE performance March 26 from 8 to 9:15 PM at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 770 NE 125th St., North Miami.

Lightning Has Struck Twice. Soul Legend Timmy Thomas, who serenaded the world in 1973 with his million-selling smash "Why Can't We Live Together," has conquered the world again. Thanks to Drake's beyond-obvious sample of "Why Can't We Live Together" in his monster worldwide hit "Hotline Bling," the world is dancing yet again to Timmy Thomas' groove. 2016 will find Timmy Thomas releasing a string of singles on Overtown Records and one on Saustex Media, prior to his comeback album. His collaborators range from the late Steve Jobs to Timmy's old hitmaking crew at TK records. They were recorded in the manner Soul Music deserves: Living and Breathing on analog tape - so it may be released on vinyl. Timmy Thomas famously sang "People Are Changing" on his first LP. The people may have changed, but their love of his soulful groove remains the same.

"Timmy's song ['Why Can't We Live Together'] resonates now more than ever," says NPR. For more information visit mocanomi.org or call 305-332-2623.

Music program is curated by KCC Productions.

More Information: https://mocanomi.org

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