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When you bring up the name Gedeon Luke to the stranger on the street, the first thing usually discussed is his role as a semifinalist on American Idol.

Gedeon Luke has an Al Green sunshine streaming voice that yearns to make you smile.

Thus far Gedeon Luke's journey (formerly known as Gedeon McKinney--he dropped his last name and is now using "Luke" his middle name).

Gedeon Luke was raised in Memphis, Tennessee – and raised on the sounds of Sly Stone, Curtis Mayfield and Al Green. In 2006, he was an American Idol semi-finalist whose elimination shocked even Simon Cowell. These days, he’s got a new project called Gedeon Luke and The People – and they’re on the verge of releasing their debut album, called Live Free and Love.

Tap into Gedeon Luke and The People for some real music! We’re sure it will be music to your ears… especially if you’re a fan of legendary sounds by artists like Sly Stone, Curtis Mayfield and Al Green.  Check out his website for new music and show dates. USA, LLC
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