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June 1, 2010, 11:40 pm
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Sandra St Victor’s Sinner Child 3 track (plus the exclusive Souled remix) EP produced by MdCL – digital release forthcoming on SSV’s own imprint. From futuristic R&B soul to guitar heavy breakbeats and epic souful gospel house, the EP showcases the tagteam creativity of SSV and MdCL together.

SSV’s Sinner Child extended play singles are currently in the pipeline scheduled for distribution over 2010-2011, as well as a full length CD by The Family Stand. The Sinner Child EP format gives SSV the freedom to collaborate with a plethora of her favorite writers & producers in different genres and styles, including dance with Mark de Clive-Lowe, soul with Lalah Hathaway, Dave Hollister & Rahsaan Patterson. Rock with Nona Hendryx & Living Color’s Vernon Reid. Blues with the notorious Swamp Dogg.

Recognized for her multi-faceted artistry and vocal prowess by industry insiders and discerning music buyers alike, Dallas-born singer-songwriter Sandra St. Victor has been captivating audiences with her fusion of R&B, rock, gospel and jazz for over two decades now, first as a member of the innovative trio The Family Stand beginning in 1988, then as a soulstress in her own right via her much-treasured 1996 Warner Brothers set, “Mack Diva Saves The World,” and 2001’s “Gemini: Both Sides.” Artists she has recorded, toured, recorded and/or performed with include Chaka Khan, Roy Ayers, Curtis Mayflield, Prince and Bill Withers.

Released by: Strategic Soul Ventures
Release date: May 28, 2010

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