Kim Manning [Singer w/ George Clinton + Peaches - Flavor Of Love] To Release Groundbreaking New Song "Reboot Robot" For Valentines Day!
P-Funk All Star Kim Manning teamed up with her dynamic collaborator, Andrea Wittgens, at The Steel Bridge Song Festival and they decided it was time to Reboot!
"Writing Reboot Robot was the most fun I’ve had since kindergarten. We locked ourselves away in a room at the Holiday Music Motel with a piano and an iPhone filled with tracks by Matt Willson. We had the intention of writing another serious soulful song and ended up laughing til we cried and writing a song about robots falling in love. We got stuck on this idea that robots reboot themselves when they have sex, it was so ridiculous we knew it just might work." -Kim
Its funky, electronic, and mesmerizing!
About Kim Manning:
Kim studied classical music from the age of six and was "turned out" when she was hand selected by George Clinton to join his P-Funk All Stars. Since then she has performed around the world, appeared as Peaches on Flavor of Love, rocked the Grammy Awards, and recorded hits with Snoop Dogg & the Red Hot Chili Peppers. She's been profiled in such magazines as "Singer","Relix", "Details", "Hightimes" and recently chosen as URB's Next 100.
“A massive voice with powerful lyrics” - Relix Magazine, Josh Baron
“Beautiful, Funky, and Unique” 5 Stars – Skinnie Magazine
About Andrea Wittgens:
Combining sultry, engaging vocals with original songs that are both hypnotic and exuberant, and always showing immaculately appropriate musicality with clever yet disarmingly honest lyrics, she has been holding audiences in rapture throughout the Northwest. After releasing several successful singles with the band Sugartown, she set out on her own, where her music was eventually licensed for TV by 90210, Hell Cats, Charmed, Disney's "Santa Pups 2" and many more
"Magnetic, compelling. People are just drawn to the sound of her voice. She's the real thing."
-- Bob Power, multi-platinum and Grammy-winning record mixer/producer
"Exquisitely evocative of the finest popmeisters of the past three decades. Music that is very new and fresh, unlike anything I've ever heard before."
-- Bill Fisher, Victory Review