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Doctor G and Funkfusion Healthy Body and Mind
You will never know your limits until you push yourself to them. I’ve always risen up to the occassion and pushed myself for greatness. I want to inspire others to do the same. When you push yourself, you get to know your limits and hopefully can find new ways to exceed them. Both in life and work, you can’t complain about hardships, you just have to do what it takes to get that job done.
World Wide deliverance and promotion of my positive message. I’ve always risen up to the occassion and pushed myself for greatness. I want to inspire others to do the same. When you push yourself, you get to know your limits and hopefully can find new ways to exceed them. Both in life and work, you can’t complain about hardships, you just have to do what it takes to get that job done. As a weight trainer, I am blessed to be able to influence people’s lives through being a great example of health and fitness. The training has taught me how to have discipline and how hard work can give back big rewards.
I believe that there is no real end to our journey so I’m always willing to do what it takes to make things happen and I try to enjoy my time.
I have been playing music since I was two years old. It just comes natural to me so my thinking has never changed as far as playing music is concerned.
Doctor “G” (James S. Great-House) has International credits as a Songwriter for Better Nights Music / A.S.C.A.P. / Casablanca / Polygram Records where he was contracted as a Security Officer / BodyGuard assigned to Donna Somer and others on the label and was discovered by Larry Blackmon of Cameo and signed as a writer.
He wrote “Doin It To The Bone” that was charted on Billboard Magazine. Recorded by Mantra and produced by Larry Blackmon of Cameo.
He performed as, “James Greathouse And His Natural Rhythm Band” on Merphy Records in the 80s as a recording artist/songwriter/producer.
Namely: “Natural Rhythm” and “Love Is Sunshine” also the “GREATHOUSE” LP.
He is a Bodybuilder and was the weightlifter/bodybuilder in the Brian Adams “Victim of Love” music video. As a personal fitness trainer he trained: Morgan Fairchild, Dian Parkinson, Catherine Bell, and more. He weight training is a “way of life” and I want to use my music to promote Social Change and bring light to people’s lives. He has his own indie label, “Great-House Records Inc” and “Egyptemple Music” publishing company Located in Burbank, Ca. using the above music format. He is promoting “Real Music”. He wants to change the direction of HIP HOP. Doctor G also performs in Second Life.