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Award winning and world traveled entertainer Big Poppa Stampley is available to make your event memorable with an seemingly endless list of popular covers and originals. His blend of self-titled "Cariblujazz" livens up any group, and evokes the magic of "good vibes" with good tunes; He brings his own jazz, blues, or Caribbean flavor, drawing from all eras and genres from classics to contemporaries. He's performed or appeared with notables like Queen Latifah, Maya Angelou, Oprah Winfrey, Jack Black, Wu Tang Clan, Calypso Rose, and many others while television appearances include coverage online and on networks like CNN, WGN, BET. His star quality performance is not just for the super star wallet. He works with a variety of budgets to entertain and enliven schools, conventions, organizations, churches and alike.
In addition to his musical talents, Big Poppa's on and off screen voice over artistry has benefited a wide spectrum of video and audio projects for both creative and corporate purposes. His long list of clients have included McDonald's, National Council of Family Literacy, IRUGS Intnl, Belle of Louisville, and University of Louisville. His voice has also been a regular on local and syndicated radio stations like WFPK, WNPR, WJKJ, and WVON.
Whether it's for large scale events like his performance at the World Equestrian Games 2010, small gatherings like a political campaign party, or acting for television commercials or radio spots, Big Poppa is sure to impress!
His current CD HERE COME BIG POPPA STAMPLEY takes you to some old blues places as well as some folksy joints. Yes, Mark " Big Poppa" Stampley will come at you from many directions , but always STRAIGHT FOR YOUR HEART.
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