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Thank you for taking the time to listen to and consider "Wanna Feel Your Body" Chris Andrus "Uncle Fallay" written by Vic Holdroyd & Denise Labrie. We wish everyone all the best!

“Wanna Feel Your Body” featuring Chris Andrus "Uncle Fallay" also known as the "Swingout Guru." Chris gives a melodic vocal interpretation on the original southern soul swingout song written by award nominated songwriters Denise Labrie (GRAMMY®) and Vic Holdroyd (British Country Music Award) Credits: Original track produced by Rob Hollander, Netherlands; Electric Guitar Solo - Grant Johnson, guitar and vocals recorded, mixed and mastered by Grant Johnson, Atascocita School of Music Studios Humble, Texas. Creole Poet Music (BMI), Creole Poet Records. All rights reserved.​

Currently airing on syndicated radio show (terrestrial and internet): Jazzii A., Radio Show Host, “N-Da-Kno™” on WBOL, WJUS, WVBH, KSIP, WNBN, WONG, KMGC, WCLM, WDSV, Jus Blues Radio Hour, UK’s Essence of Soul & Internet Radio Station, ITNS Radio DJ Sam Watkins and The Night Flight Live', with DJ John Paul French. Produced & promoted by JPF/SP 
Promotions/Productions (32,000+ listeners) featuring brilliantly talented artists from across the globe. The Night Flight Live' from Dortmund, Germany. 

This song recently placed on the following charts: 
Art of the Mix iTunes charts - R&B/Soul #91
CD Baby #4 on the Top 10 Songs Urban/R&B - Southern Soul Chart
SOUTHERN SOUL COUNTDOWN #13 - APRIL 2016 – Lady DJ Brown Sugar

Single: Wanna Feel Your Body
Artist: Chris Andrus "Uncle Fallay"
Written by Denise Labrie & Vic Holdroyd
Chris Andrus “Uncle Fallay” (pronounced Fall lay) also known as the “Swingout Guru” gives a melodic vocal interpretation on the original southern soul swing out song, “Wanna Feel Your Body.” Andrus was born in Lafayette, Louisiana where he was inspired by the sounds of southern soul, R&B, and swing out music. Performing in major cities like Washington DC, Las Vegas, New Orleans and many other cities on the east, west, and south coasts. Chris aka “Uncle Fallay” has shared the stage with some of the all-time greats, including Tyrone Davis, Mel Waiters, Michael Cooper (Con Funk Shun), The Zapp Band, The Manhattans, Denise LaSalle, and Barbara Lynn. He has enjoyed several successful album releases and in 2004 Andrus released southern soul’s first music video, Can I Dance With You, filmed in Lafayette, Louisiana at the famous juke joint club, The Willow. The video aired in Buffalo, New York; Jackson, Mississippi; Austin, Texas; and Lafayette Louisiana along with many other television station markets across the United States. He has received major music awards which include “Best Southern Soul Artist of the Year 2010” Jus’ Blues Award, and the 2014 ZBT “People's Choice” Award. He is also a multiple nominee for the ZBT Award 2015 and a two time nominee for “Male Soul Artist of the Year” Jus’ Blues Award. Chris can be seen performing at popular venues like various casinos, concerts, festivals, night clubs, private and social parties, weddings, and church dances. ‘Uncle Fallay” takes you into the ever popular dance music world of southern soul, stepping, and swingout with his skillful rendition of “Wanna Feel Your Body.”

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Denise Labrie
GRAMMY® award nominated Songwriter 
Member of The Recording Academy (Songwriter/Nashville Chapter)
BMI Songwriter/Publisher

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