Randy Houser is a BEAST. Hell of a singer and hell of a guy. Proud to get to share the stage with him and these legends tonight. Y’all go check out his record coming out this Friday!!! @randyhouser#randyhouserfanclub#soulman
We’re back in 2019 with a spoonful of sugar (and a healthy dose of medicine) discussing Mary Poppins Returns! For Our Week In Entertainment, we tackle movies with storylines that absolutely would not fly in 2019. And lastly we ask, Where Did It Go Wrong for Val ‘You Can Be My Wingman Anytime’ Kilmer.
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4066 days ago
A band is nothing, without the band.
2136 days ago
Ladies and gentlemen...The Blues Brothers 🕵🏻♂️🎤🕵🏻♂️
2326 days ago
More soul, for the soul 🎷
2626 days ago
I’m a souuuuuuul MAN!
2146 days ago
A photo of soul 🎷
3346 days ago
Sing your little heart out like nobodies watching, pumpkin 🗣
Sam Moore and Dave Prater were the most successful Black rhythm and blues duo of the 1960s. Both men sang in church while growing up. They performed separately in Southern clubs during the 1950s and met each other in Miami’s King of Hearts Club in 1961. They became a duo and signed with Roulette Records, releasing a few mildly successful singles. In 1965 Sam & Dave got their big break. They signed with Atlantic Records which then turned them over to Stax Records, where they were paired with writing/production team, Isaac Hayes and David Porter. They gave Sam & Dave a string of hits including You Don’t Know Like I Know, Hold On! I’m Comin, and Soul Man. They were known for their exciting live performances, filling rooms with their infectious energy. The duo’s career became rocky in 1968, when Stax and Atlantic broke their partnership. This ended Sam & Dave’s relationship with Hayes and Porter, which significantly impacted their music. Moore and Prater weren’t great friends. They did not speak to each other offstage for almost 13 years. During the 1970s, they broke up many times, would show up separately for shows, require separate dressing rooms, not look at each other onstage, and communicated through intermediaries. During the 1970s, they reunited many times, but their real resurgence came in 1978 when comedians John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd created their Blues Brothers routine on Saturday Night Live, drawing on the performance style of Sam & Dave. This sparked renewed interest in them, and booked them multiple shows. Sam & Dave played a few more gigs during the 1980s, but separated again due to a strained friendship in 1981. They were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1992. Prater died in a car accident in 1988. Moore continued to perform including in Sept 2017 at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England with Jools Holland and his Rhythm & Blues Orchestra. #samanddave#R&B #rockandrollhalloffame#isaachayes#soulman#notsolongago#nsla