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KC & the Sunshine Band

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KC & Sunshine Band: Let The Sunshine In

Profile and Interview by Chris Charlesworth, Melody Maker, 14 September 1974

ALTHOUGH it has yet to register in the US Top 100, 'Queen Of Clubs' by K. C. and the Sunshine Band represents the second big ...

The Miami Sound

Special Feature by Tony Cummings, Black Music, November 1974

George McCrae, KC And The Sunshine Band, Little Beaver, Latimore, Betty Wright, Clarence Reid... They're all hot and they're all from Miami, the city that's ...

KC and The Sunshine Band: The Miami Innovation

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 22 July 1975

A GREAT deal has been written about the emergence of the Miami Sound via names such as George and Gwen McCrae, Little Beaver and, of ...

KC & the Sunshine Band, Jnr. Walker & the All Stars: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Roy Carr, New Musical Express, 16 August 1975

YOU KNOW when you're frantically searching for a specific waveband on a cheap pocket transistor radio, and no matter how hard you try to tune ...

KC and Sunshine Band

Interview by Richard Cromelin, Phonograph Record, October 1975

"I'd just put out the George McCrae album, and I kept hearing one of my tunes come busting through the wall up there." H.W. Casey ...

Sunshine Band Sees Daylight — That's the Way K.C. Likes It

Profile and Interview by Tom Vickers, Rolling Stone, 20 November 1975

SAN CARLOS, CALIFORNIA — K.C. and the Sunshine Band threw a down-home dance party on the Circle Star Theatre's usually sedate stage. Whistles turned to ...

KC & The Sunshine Band: Los Angeles

Live Review by Todd Everett, New Musical Express, 29 November 1975

K.C. AND THE Sunshine Band, operating out of the T.K. Records complex in Hialeah, Florida, are at once one of the oddest and most commercial ...

KC and the Sunshine Band: Part 3/Gwen McCrae: Something So Right/Latimore: It Ain't Where You Been

Review by Joe McEwen, Rolling Stone, 10 February 1977

IT WAS THE STUFF from which legends are carved: an office, a studio no larger than a motel room crammed with organs, pianos and a ...

The Miami Transfer: Florida Soul

Review by Cliff White, New Musical Express, 13 August 1977

AFTER SEVERAL year's of British release through President Records, earlier this year Henry Stone's Miami-based TK conglomerate switched outlets to RCA who have ...

KC & the Sunshine Band

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 10 October 1978

WHENEVER you think of the Miama Sound, the name of K.C. & the Sunshine Band immediately springs to mind. Via a long string of golden ...

KC & The Sunshine Band: Still KC After All These Years

Interview by Robin Katz, Smash Hits, 24 January 1980

Robin Katz traces the career of Harry Casey & The Sunshine Band ...

KC & the Sunshine Band: The Venue, London

Live Review by Lynden Barber, Melody Maker, 5 November 1983

Getting on down... down ...

Disco's KC seeks the sunshine once again

Interview by Jim Sullivan, The Boston Globe, 12 January 1991

KC AND THE Sunshine Band was one of the most successful disco acts of the '70s. They were nominated for nine Grammies, won one, and ...


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