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About Gene Anderson - Poo Poo Man

From the Apollo Theater in New York City to Stadiums in Moscow and concert halls in Monte Carlo, Nice, Asia and all points beyond. Gene Anderson is the legendary member of the Two Time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Group, George Clinton’s Parliament Funkadelic and the P – Funk All Stars.
Gene is an entrepreneur with his newest venture, Champoopoo, The Sparkling Wine of The Stars ®

Gene began his career singing on stage with some of the musical greats like, Dizzy Gillespie and Duke Ellington.
Gene attended and graduated from Banmar Music Academy and Lee Strasberg Acting Academy.

He was the co-star of Redd Foxx’s “Live 85” at the renowned and legendary Hacienda Hotel in Las Vegas for many years.
Gene was an artist for Willie Mitchell on Hi Records. Gene was also on Stax Records, Westbound Records, Capitol Records, Chess Records and Atlantic Records.

Gene is an international song writer and music publisher having over 500 songs on his roster.

Gene wrote “I Found Love In The Food Stamp Line” for Blues Legend and Grammy Winner Albert King.

Gene is the Pioneering Grandfather of Funk, Rap, Hip Hop, Blues & Soul, who has worked with: Kurtis Blow,

Sugar Hill Gang, Rapper’s Delight, Snoop Dogg, Warren G, Xzibit, Run DMC, Grand Master Flash & The Force Five, Melle Mel, Soul Sonic Force, Planet Rock, The Sequins, Cool Mo Dee, Treacherous Three, The Gap Band,Sammy Davis Jr., Battlecat, The Temptations, The Doobie Brothers, Cameo, Eric Clapton, Isaac Hayes, O.V. Wright, Luther Ingram, Nate Dogg, The Bar Kays, Ike & Tina Turner, Rick James, Al Green, Lou Rawls, Johnnie Taylor, Anne Peebles, Angie Stone and Rose Royce.

Gene has appeared on the Johnny Carson Show, Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel, and featured in music videos with Snoop Dogg as well as many other artist.

Gene is no stranger to the camera and stage having acted in several plays written by Ed Townsend, “Been There Done That”, “Fun Loving”, and “Five On The Back End Side”.

Gene’s motion pictures include: “The Don King Story”, “The Blues Brothers”, and the “The Great Watermelon Heist”. With his new Album, “Now Is The Time”, Gene is ready to show the world once again that indeed:

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