Meet the group Ejyptian Queen, made up of sisters Zekuumba, Zeimani and Zekkujchagula. They'll be part of Saturday, August 2's Pepole Get Ready: A Soundtrack of the Civil Rights Movement. They might be young, but they have strong ties to some important figures in music history.
Their parents are Grammy winning songwriters, producers, and recording artists Cecil and Linda Womack of Womack & Womack. Their uncle is no other than the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Bobby Womack AND their grandfather is legend, Sam Cooke. Talk about a good set of genes!
People Get Ready: A Soundtrack of the Civil Rights Movement is a vital musical celebration of the Civil Rights Movement and 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 with exciting renditions of the freedom songs that heralded historic change in the USA.