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  • 00:12

    Harry Wayne Casey "KC" from KC & the Sunshine Band

    in Entertainment

    KC and the Sunshine band is one of the most successful R & B acts of all time having sold over 100 million albums.  They had the big band, the horns, the beautiful backup singers and their songs were some of the best ever written for getting people out of their seats and onto the dance floor.


    That's the way I Like It, Get Down Tonight, & Shake Your Booty--classic songs from the '70's that shaped our world. During that time the band had six #1 songs, 9 Grammy nominations, 3 Grammy wins, as well as selling over 100 million records. KC and the Sunshine band were the first band since the Beatles to have four #1 songs in 12 months and 3 of those songs became #1 on the R & B charts.


    We're honored and excited to welcome the founder of the band, Harry Wayne Casey, the "KC"  in the Sunshine Band, on Talk About with Rez and Andy.

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    078 HARRY WAYNE CASEY: "KC and the Sunshine Band"

    in Self Help

    Get ready to shake your booty and open your heart. KC and The Sunshine Band dominated the 1970s, producing such #1 hits as “Get Down Tonight,” “That’s the Way (I Like It),” “Boogie Shoes.” “Please Don’t Go” and many more. Today on BOLD, Harry Wayne “KC” Casey­ joins LeGrande to dish about the disco days and chat about his musical messages of love. “I wrote Shake Your Booty as an anthem for empowerment. People sometimes forget that.”

     

     

    A provocative interview about inspiration, celebrity and finding yourself, Harry reveals the pain he felt when disco was pushed aside and maligned. “The music got such a bad rap but there were songs there that changed the world. Donna Summer and I were very good friends.”

     

     

    An enormously popular entertainer who still tours the globe, Harry has a brand-new album “Feeling You! The 60s.” Packed full of classic covers, it re-interprets songs from sixties legends Bob Dylan, Ben E. King, The Kinks, the Righteous Brothers, Joni Mitchell, The Supremes and many more.