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New release: " My Funk N' Soul "
Seldom has an Artist had the opportunity to record an Album that portrays their true feelings of Rhythm and Rhymes...but this is an exception. Funk is the motivating force that inspires each rhythmic beats and the Soul Music influence is obvious when you hear the Gospel overtones of the Background Singers and the infectious lead vocals of Gene Anderson. You will experience something old, something new and something truly his own style of music. Gene has taken all of his different musical experiences and rolled them up into a big ball and with the accuracy of a Major league baseball pitcher, throwing the perfect pitch into your ear hole in this Album. There are songs that will make you laugh or cry.. .dance or ask yourself
"Why has it taken so long for someone to release a something for everybody album like this?"
Well, that answer is why Gene Anderson says "I am giving the world my true...Funk N' Soul"- Sincerely ?

"King of the Hollywood Blues " Vol.1
Contains Smash Hit: "Don't Leave Nan a Dime"

"A Pimp Story: Street Talk Vol. 1"
P-Funk meets Hip Hop. Gene "Poo Poo" Anderson promises to give y'all a"pimp lesson" on this disc.
"What's Kracalacin" is a hot Rick James-inspired joint with a tight hook. Not far behind is
"You're A Hotty"70s-styled funk jam that's a cross between Bobby Rush and The Dazz Band.Catchy stuff for sure...

" Snot Logical "
The legendary frontman & vocalist of PARLIAMENT / FUNKADELIC
‘P-FUNK’ join for a Funk / Rock / Sticky Soul extravaganza!
Features the new ‘P’ classics

" The Blues Diary "

" You Baby "



Jumpin Gene Anderson

a.k.a. The Poo Poo Man / King Of The Hollywood Blues

Gene Anderson, a native of St. Louis Mo. started singing and dancing at the age of three years old. By the time he was 6 years old he was performing at his mother's and aunt's parties and other social gatherings and at these social gatherings is where young Gene caught the attention of visiting celebrities and stars.
By the age of twelve Gene was cutting background tracks for Ike Turner and The Kings, and performing on the former Charlotte Peters Show and St. Louis Hop television shows. By the time Gene was in his teens he had already cut his own 45's, "The Gigolo Man", and "The Loneliest One".
Gene ended up in The Army for two years. Between boot camp and drills Gene found a niche and became an entertainment specialist during his enlistment. He cut his first full album singing, "Do You Love Me Baby" and "Baby I Dig You" with Danny Bishop and Sgt. Master William Jones, and toured base camps in The Army's show mobile with Shirley Ellis, Bobby Rydell, and numerous others including Sam Gary and Bill Johnson, a connection that gave him his big break. Then after Gene then went on to perform with giants such as The Temptations, Junior Walker, The Capitols, and at The Apollo Theatre, one of his biggest connections was with Duke Ellington who introduced him to Noble Sisel, and Hubie Blake. Gene went on to work with others such as Willie Mitchell, known for putting out hits on Al Green and Ann Pebbles on High Records as well as writing songs for Stax Records.
Gene then met and became close with Redd Foxx. He performed in the main showroom at the Hacienda Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas for more than 7 years on The Redd Foxx Show, until his passing.
Gene was nominated for a Grammy Award for a song that he wrote "Love In The Food Stamp Line" for Albert King. He has written three albums and is currently starring in a play written and produced by Ed Townsend, "Rehabilitation- Been There! Done That"! which is now in pre- production for an upcoming tour that will tour the mid-west area.
Gene's Other Current Accomplishments As A Performer Tours with entertainers such as:

The Gap Band
The Pointer Sisters
George Clinton and The P-Funk All Stars World Tour
Video with "Battle Cat" A Tribute To The Late Roger Troutman
The Black Expo

Nike /NBA Commercial for the 2002 Playoffs
Theatre / Actor, Producer & Screenwriter
"Rehabilitation—Been There! Done That!" Ed Townsend
The Watermelon Heist,
with "John Amos" Shannon Amos
Music Throughout The Years - Chris Lamas
Five On The Black Hand Side - Ian Foxx
Writing / Producing / Studio
Gene Anderson