Malina Moye Joins Legends of Funk in March Madness

Whether March came in like a lion or a lamb, one thing’s for certain, Malia Franklin–lioness of the vocal persuasion, may have left the earth but will be definitely heard forever. On March 8 at the Conga Room in Los Angeles, Malina Moye joined a legendary line up of Funk masters who paid tribute to the vocal powerhouse. The night featured Sheila E, Bootsy Collins, George Clinton, Malina Moye and others. Franklin was a lead voice in George Clinton’s first female spin-off group, Parlet. Her credited background vocals with Parliament Funkadelic and date back to the 1975 “Chocolate City” album.

Furthermore, Ms. Franklin introduced Clinton to a young and struggling Bootsy Collins in 1971, thus changing the course of pop-music history. For more information  (click here).

Malina is hailed the ‘New Era Of Music’ as written on Iain Watt’s popular music blog. Check it out below:

“What Do You Get When You Mix Hendrix With Prince? Answer–Malina Moye

Also, Malina talks Funk, tours and more in an exclusive interview with Dr. Funkenberry. Listen to the interview here.

Stayed tuned for Malina Moye on homerblow radio 365 with new single “Yaah”3/17/2010 at (2pm cst) and she answers your questions call in @1-877-234-BLOW

Malina Moye “Bluesy Strato-sister” featured on Truth and Shredding where Moye showcases her rhythm chops and Bluesy/soulful solos.