Ollan Christopher Bell, better known at Chris James, the co-founder of the 70's hit making soul group The Natural Four, discusses his music career and life stories covered in his memoir, "Music Saved My Life, From Darkness Into The Light, My Life As A 70's R&B/Soul Singer."
James is the husband of jazz and blues diva, Zakiya Hooker. In addition to producing all five of Zakiya Hooker's albums, he also produced the final John Lee Hooker CD "Face to Face." In addition, James is also the president and co-owner of the John Lee Hooker Boom Boom Recording Studio in Douglasville, Georgia. His last project was a compilation of jazz standards entitled, "Tenderly, Unplugged."
This Big Blend Radio interview originally aired live on BlogTalkRadio.com on Jan. 10, 2018.
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