Charles Bradley - Filmed Live in Paris

MusicLoad presents Charles Bradley, Live in Paris, France.

MusicLoad is sad to report that soul great Charles Bradley passed away on September 23, 2017.

In tribute, MusicLoad is proud to present this very tasty handpicked performance of Charles Bradley and his stellar band, filmed live in Paris on September 2, 2014. The organ player, Michael Deller, got up and gave a grand introduction of Charles Bradley, calling him The Screaming Eagle of Soul. The entire band is fantastic and includes horn players William Aukstik on trumpet and Frederick Deboe on saxophone, Carlos Sanchez on drums and backing vocals, Vincent Chiarito on bass and two guitarists, Alexander Chakour and Paul Schalda who also provided backing vocals.

The following event was beautifully filmed and recorded by a top notch French presenter of music films that this network has featured over the years known as La Blogothèque. La Blogothèque produced this 52 minute concert in association with Stances, Télé Mélody and Arte France.

Charles Bradley - Live in Paris

Connect direct with the legacy website for Charles Bradley at TheCharlesBradley.Com,, and

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Connect direct with Arte France at Arte.TV

Event and Film & Audio Crew Credits
Chistopher Edwards - FoH engineer
Geraldine Lennon - Tour assistant / merch manager
Doug Rumpf - Tour manager

Other Hand Music - Zena White

Charles Bradley Record Label is Daptone Records

Réalisation : Benoit Toulemonde

Directeur audio : Jean-Baptiste Aubonnet

Production : Christophe Abric (Chryde), Matthieu Buchsenschutz

Mixage : Jean-Bapstiste Aubonnet, Tristan Mazire, Christopher Edwards

Prise de son : François Clos, FX Delaby

Directeur de la photographie : Thomas Lallier

Chef opérateur de prise de vue : Raphaël Pannier

Cadreurs : Colin Solal Cardo, Jonas Marpot, Samuel Guillemot, Gérard Figuerola

Chef électricien : Julien Laurent

Conducteur de groupe : Loïc le Péchon

Directeur de production : Jonathan André

Régie : Jean-Baptiste Arbouch, Johan Saint

Vidéo Village - ARTE Studio
Pascal Sottovia
Stéphanie Gognies

Post production : Stances
Mixage : François-Xavier Delaby, Jean-Baptiste Aubonnet, François Clos, Tristan Mazire, Etienne Pozzo
Mastering : Jean-Baptiste Aubonnet
Montage : David Bouhsira
Chargé de postproduction : Nicolas Rochette
Étalonnage : David Bouhsira

Production : La Blogothèque
Christophe Abric (Chryde)
Matthieu Buchsenchutz
Anousonne Savanchomkeo
Jonathan André
Dali Zourabichvili
Ondine Benetier
Matéo Lahais

Benoit Toulemonde
Nicolas Rochette
Émilie Barbin
David Bouhsira
Étienne Pozzo
Sébastien Wyseur

Moyens techniques
Tigre Productions
New Loc

Thomas Baas

Sébastien Wyseur

Télé Melody
Guillaume Alsac

ARTE Concert - ARTE France
Unité Arts et Spectacles
Emelie de Jong
Pierre de Vaulx
José Correia
Laurent Daniel
Stéphanie Poncelet
Matthieu Audoly
Marine Tran Nguyen
Agathe Dom
Émilie Bessard
Clémence Fléchard

Remerciements à Louise et Antoine pour nous avoir accueilli dans leur incroyable chez eux - Les bières Gallia Paris
Hear and see other Charles Bradley music videos and performances on this network at the following two links below:
Official music videos from three of Charles Bradley's studio albums:
Handpicked live performances by Charles Bradley, including his life story in his own words:

This post was created on September 25, 2017 by Greg Chamberlain with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva for MusicLoad and The Indies Network.

Playing For Change Collaboration - Island Style - 'Oiwi E ( Song Across Hawai'i)

MusicLoad presents Playing for Change, Island Style - 'Oiwi E - Song Across Hawai'i

MusicLoad presents another installment of the Playing For Change collaboration. Playing For Change stated the following about this collaboration:
Jack Johnson and dozens of artists joined more than 1,000 Hawai’i keiki (children) in this beautiful medley. Weʻre excited to present our 2nd ʻSong Across Hawaiʻiʻ collaboration with Hawaiian nonprofit @Mana Maoli, filmed across many breathtaking Hawaii locations as part of their #ManaMele project, which features a Music & Multimedia Academy and Solar Mobile Studio with programs in more than a dozen schools.

Turn it up and let the music bring in the light! To learn more about this medley and Mana Mele, follow Mana Maoli on FB & IG, and visit, where you can get a personal copy of this video for a donation of any amount.

Playing For Change is a movement created to inspire and connect the world through music, born from the shared belief that music has the power to break down boundaries and overcome distances between people. Our primary focus is to record and film musicians performing in their natural environments and combine their talents and cultural power in innovative videos we call Songs Around The World. Creating these videos motivated us to form the Playing For Change Band—a tangible, traveling representation of our mission, featuring musicians met along our journey, and establish the Playing For Change Foundation—a separate 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to building music and art schools for children around the world. Through these efforts, we aim to create hope and inspiration for the future of our planet.
Island Style - 'Oiwi E - Song Across Hawai'i (Playing For Change Collaboration)

Connect direct with Playing for Change at PlayingForChange.Org,, and

Connect direct with Jack Johnson at, and

Hear and see a previous Playing for Change collaboration featured on our network, here:

This post was created on September 25, 2017 by Greg Chamberlain with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva for MusicLoad and The Indies Network.

Candy Dulfer - (Amsterdam - The Netherlands)

MusicLoad presents Candy Dulfer

A (September 19) birthday shout out to Candy Dulfer, the Dutch Princess of Funk from Amsterdam in the Kingdom of the Netherlands. She is a alto saxophone player, singer, songwriter, arranger and band leader. It's about the funk for Candy, but she mixes multiple genres from pop, jazz, soul, r&b and dance into her funk.

Since the 1980's Candy Dulfer established a long track record of being a fantastic solo artist with many timeless songs and albums to her credit. Dulfer worked as a collaborator with greats such as Prince, Van Morrison, Dave Stewart and more recently, a female supergroup known as Ladies of Soul whose members include Candy Dulfer, Berget Lewis, Glennis Grace and Edsilia Rombley.

Candy Dulfer - Sax A Go Go (with Ladies of Soul)

Candy Dulfer - How It's Done (Original Mix)

Candy Dulfer - After Tonight (Original Mix)

Connect direct with Candy Dulfer at CandyDulfer.NL,, and

Connect direct with Ladies of Soul at LadiesOfSoul.NL,, and

The photograph of Candy Dulfer at the top of this post was shot by Carin Verbruggen -

Hear more Candy Dulfer on this network:
Candy Dulfer - SaxOFunk Girl:
Candy Dulfer - Lily Was Here (Live)

This post was created on September 19, 2017 by Greg Chamberlain with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva for MusicLoad and The Indies Network.

Michael Jackson - Blood on the Dance Floor X Dangerous (The White Panda Mash-Up)

MusicLoad.Com presents Michael Jackson's Blood On The Dance Floor X Dangerous, The White Panda mashup

Michael Jackson, post death, has a new album out titled Scream. It is a curated dance collection of Michael Jackson songs, just in time for Halloween.

MusicLoad is proud to present the music video to one of the bonus tracks from Scream. It is a five-song mash-up titled “Blood On The Dance Floor X Dangerous" by the kings of mash-up, a duo known as The White Panda.

Michael Jackson - Blood on the Dance Floor X Dangerous (The White Panda Mash-Up)

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Connect direct with White Panda at TheWhitePanda.Com,,, and

This post was created on September 7, 2017 by Greg Chamberlain with subsequent edits and updates by Mariana L. Villanueva for MusicLoad and The Indies Network.