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Dear Daddy B Nice:

I consider myself a long time fan of Roy C, and I would love to attend his show on 8-2-2014, however, your notice is confusing. It gives 5:p.m. at the beginning of the ad. Then mentions the door opening at 12:p.m. There are two addresses given and a mention of a county with no mention of a town. I do not wish to drive for 2 hours and get lost because of poor directions , please state the time the show begin, the address, town and state. If you are giving a party for Roy C. then state the time of the party and that address seperately. I am bringing 7 people and don't wish to get lost.

Thank you,
Annie Helton

Daddy B. Nice replies:

Dear Annie,

I feel your pain, but don't kill the "messenger." Your Daddy B. Nice is neither a publicist or promoter, and in this case it is they who deserve the scolding. I am just providing the information given me on the concert flyer, which by the way has no phone #, exact address or town. This concert is obviously out in the "boonies," and will require a more adventurous spirit on your part.

Best wishes, and I hope you are able to make the trip, do a little inquiring in the nearby hamlets, and successfully attend.

Daddy B. Nice

Subsequently, Daddy B. Nice wrote:

Dear Annie,

What a coincidence! After posting your e-mail, I returned to the office this afternoon and had received two new flyers, one with directions and one with phone numbers.

The address is specified as 2318 Broughton Road, Zebulon, North Carolina.

The directions are specified as:

From Raleigh/Durham

40 East to 264 or 64 E. Business

From Wilson/Rocky Mount

264 or 64 West to Zebulon

Make Right Then Left on Riley Hill Road

Note that the directions on the flyer do not specify how to reach Broughton Road. However, the #’s are included:

For further questions, call: 919-208-5877 or 251-545-5921.

Hope this helps and your group can attend, Annie.


Daddy B Nice


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Looking For A Song Letter: Billy Ray Charles

Billy Ray Charles

Daddy B. Nice,

I am looking for a copy of the (Billy Ray Charles) song that goes "I treat my woman better than I treat my wife." Do you know which cd it is on or if it has been recorded?

Thank you,

Daddy B. Nice replies:

Dear Chantelle,

Your letter prompted me to listen to a set of Billy Ray Charles songs for the first time in years, in the process reminding me of the influence of the great Jimmy Lewis, who wrote most of Charles' songs and probably that line you quote, and also reminding me of Charles' influence on Jody Sticker. However, none of the songs in my library contained that line. Are you sure Charles did it? I'll post your letter. Maybe my more alert readers will have the answer.

Daddy B. Nice


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Pictured: Denise LaSalle

Dear Daddy B. Nice:

More on the book-signing front.

I plan to be at the Vick Allen/Ms. Jody/T.K. Soul/Jo Jo Murray/Omar Cunningham show in South Bend, Indiana, on July 26, and I'll definitely have some books on hand.

I'm not sure you even have this event listed yet, but on Saturday, July 12, on the beach at Jean Klock Park in Benton Harbor, Michigan, the 2014 installment of Mr. Lee's Old-Skool R&B/Blues Festival will take place. Headliners are the Zapp Band, Denise LaSalle, and Chick Rodgers. The promoter is veteran Chicago-area dancer, comedian, MC, and promoter Lee "Mr. Lee" Kirksy. His website,, has more information on the show, or call (703) 369-0998. And yes, I'll be out there with my books, as well.

Then on Thursday, August 14, the day before the big festival in Jackson, Mississippi kicks off, I'll be doing an in-store book-signing at Lemuria Books, 4465 N Hwy 55, at about 3:00 in the afternoon. I believe we're going to start at about 5:00 PM. Interested folks can call the bookstore at (601) 366-7619.

Finally -- the Center for Southern Folklore in Memphis will once again put on their annual Labor Day Weekend Music & Heritage Festival, on Main St. between Peabody Place and Gayoso. They feature all kinds of Southern music including traditional blues and contemporary southern soul-blues. I don't have the entire lineup, but Bobby Rush has already been announced; in previous years the festival has featured such artists as Sweet Angel, Denise LaSalle, and Memphis chanteuse Ms. Nickki, as well as Bobby Rush. I'll be there on both Saturday and Sunday, signing books.

David Whiteis

See David Whiteis's SOUTHERN SOUL BLUES.


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RE: Daddy B. Nice's Top 10 "BREAKING" Southern Soul Singles Review For APRIL 2014: 1. ”Ain’t Nobody Got Time For That”-------Karen Wolfe featuring Nelson Curry

Hey Daddy!

I'm so sorry I'm just checking my email.....but what I love about you is you're on top of your Job! I see you got the Single! Thank you so much for the beautiful review.....Nelson Curry did a wonderful collaboration on was written by Chazz Tennison, one of the members of the Klass Band....glad you like it.

Thanks again so much!

Karen Wolfe


Daddy B. Nice,

I want to thank you for the encouragement you give Artist like us. It inspires us to want to be different and to help bring new fans in this Soul market. I somewhat agree with Willie Clayton's views on the label of Southern Soul. However I think we as Artist should place more attention on the soul element and production. It's the very thing that attracted me to the genre in the first place.

Again continue to do what you are doing in giving Artist the truth encouraging them to try something new. The truth will not only set you free, but it will also encourage better music for all the fans of real Soul Music. And I hope Artist and Promoter know WE work with Everybody!

Thanks Again

Nelson Curry aka Sugaa Shack Man

Note: Daddy B. Nice had written:

Your Daddy B. Nice has been encouraging Karen to branch out and do something "different," and this is what I'm talking about. It's a revelation listening to her fronting a bad-assed real live band. It's a Nelson Curry/Klass production all the way. Nevertheless, it’s all Karen on the vocals, representing the ultimate, band-fronting, female southern-soul singer. (Curry wisely cameos near the end.)

Listen to Karen Wolfe featuring Nelson Curry singing "Ain't Nobody Got Time For That" on YouTube.

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RE: MIA'S (Turnover In Southern Soul Performers Is Dramatic Over Last Decade)

See Daddy B. Nice's Corner (April 1, 2014) for complete list.

Daddy B. Nice

Re: Z.Z. Hill Jr. (Not really Z.Z.'s son, by the way) -- Still in Chicago, still shows up at clubs now and then to sit in. I don't think he's done any shows of his own for quite some time.

David Whiteis (author of "Southern Soul Blues")


Daddy B.

Have not had the chance to go through your entire list of MIA's but one that did catch my eye was Snatch Nelson - he had a new CD released in November of last year - I did a review of it in my January Southern Soul Corner column this year.

Here is the link to that column....... Southern Soul Corner


Soul Dog (Neal Furr)


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Greetings Daddy B. Nice,

My apologies for this late response. J.S.S Records home of the Sexy, Sassy, Classy artist " The Duchess" Jureesa McBride truly appreciate your cd review on I'm A Woman First, Tales of The Duchess. Your review is quite humbly, as well exciting. Your thoughts are very important and encouraging. Your critiques in this industry pushes an artist to play hard, work hard, self critique and keep it moving. We do thank you so much.

I notice the review from your Daddy B. Nice's Corner, has been removed. I am requesting a copy of "The Duchess" Jureesa McBride cd review it would be highly appreciate. Daddy B. Nice this is information that should never be left out of an artist website.

I use everything I can get to push my artist to another level in this industry. We hear to many promoters says, Don't nobody know her so it makes it very hard to obtain booking , but it is amazing how quickly some ask you to do an event free or 300.00 to travel 6 to 7 hours. We dont mind,but dang when do you get out of free promotion?

Every artist out there had a beginning, so I want to know what is it about using the "nobody knows an artist" as an excuse to not book. I know it cannot be money because for every so call well known artist why not add a so call new artist to that ticket? People might not have come to see that artist but they sure are not going to leave.

Nonetheless, my mind is overloaded today and I know many read your corner so someone may have an answer to some of these thoughts. I would definitely love to hear your feedback. Thank you for your time.

Please email the cd review to ------ . Again, thank you for all that you do to bring great artists to the forefront.

Silver Shirley

Daddy B. Nice replies:

Hi Shirley,

Thanks for the letter. I don't have time to reply to all, but I did want you to know I haven't removed the review. If you're talking about the CD review, it's listed.

Daddy B. Nice's New CD Reviews

Just scroll down the page a ways.

I've also written some commentary on Jureesa's singles this year on Daddy B. Nice's Corner. Again, scroll down through the various months.

Daddy B. Nice's Corner (2014)

Daddy B. Nice

Shirley McBride replies:

Thank you so much!!!!!!!



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Hello Daddy B. Nice,

I love your website and your drawings! I am wondering if I can purchase a mug with a drawing of O.V. Wright or Bobby Womack on it?

Warm Regards and Keep on Pushing,


Daddy B. replies:

Hi Allen,

You're talking about Daddy B. Nice's southernsoulrnb online store, one of the far-flung departments of this website, and one which I haven't had time to work on in recent years. Believe it or not, the process of sizing and cataloging each new artist drawing is a long and laborious one.

As your letter sent me back looking over all my original drawings on mugs, prints, caps and t-shirts, I was dismayed by how many of the original Top 100 Southern Soul artists featured had passed on--somewhere between a third and a half of them!

Both recording artists you mentioned--O.V. Wright & Bobby Womack--are from the Forerunners Of Southern Soul chart, yet another work-in-progress that I've neglected while detouring through the 21st Century Countdown chart the last couple of years.

I'm also long overdue on resuming entries on that FORERUNNERS chart--William Bell, Tommy Tate, McKinley Mitchell, Otis Clay, etc. Obviously, I could use some help, but where would that be coming from? The only thing I can say is that I love being busy, I love always having something more to do, and I have every intention of eventually getting the newer drawings onto products.

In the meantime, I can tell you that there are many living artists from the old drawings from the original chart who have expressed their willingness to sign the Daddy B. Nice framed prints, if you should feel motivated to buy any of them.

Thanks for your interest,
Daddy B. Nice


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Hello Daddy B. Nice!!!

My name is Eric "Smidi" Smith. First, I want to Thank You for taking the time to review the Southern Soul album projects that I produced over the years. I especially want to thank you for mentioning my name while reviewing JETER JONES: Sweet Jones Live @ Leroy's Chicken Shack CD Project.

I also want to take this time to clarify any doubt that you may have about my instrumental music tracks used by Desert Sounds Records artists and Jeter Jones. Pete Peterson or Desert Sounds Records owes me the sum of $26,700 for my track licensing fees, studio engineering and production fees.

On 22 July 2013 Pete Peterson filed a Federal Copyright Infringement lawsuit against me. I have filed a counter lawsuit against Pete Peterson and Desert Sounds Records because the tracks were my sole property before I recorded them with his artist. Pete Peterson does not own the exclusive rights to use any of my music especially since he has not paid for it.

I solely create and sell my instrumental music tracks on my personal website for anyone to download and license. I produce music in multiple genres. My background music can be heard on several popular network TV shows i.e. The Millionaire Matchmaker on BRAVO, Forensic Files on HLN, Pit Boss on Animal Planet, and Kendra on WE just to name a few. I have just completed production for the UK International Pop singer MAXINE.

I have been a fan of your website for many years and I want to make a formal introduction and friendship to you, Please feel free to call me if you have any questions or comments for me. I look forward to hearing back from you…


Eric "Smidi" Smith AKA Smidi Beats

Daddy B. Nice replies:

Hi "Smidi,"

Very interesting letter. I've admired your work ever since you came on the scene. I would like to post this letter to "clear the air". Is that okay with you?

Daddy B Nice

Eric "Smidi" Smith replies:

Hello again Daddy B Nice…

Yes!!! Please post this letter… Our court case has been going on for 8 months now and the Judge is about to make his ruling. Pete has hired me as the studio engineer and producer for Desert Sounds Records. He has agreed to pay me my track license fees and producer fees for the artist released projects.

I have only received $229.70 total in sales royalties for ALL released CD's from Desert Sounds Records since the first album Bobby Jones "You Ain't got No Proof" back in 2011. Pete claims that my accounting is accurate and fair. Please "clear the air" and I will keep you posted on the outcome when the ruling is made.

FYI: Pete's lawsuit against Peggy Scott-Adams was dismissed by the Judge in Augusta GA. He has filed the same lawsuit against Peggy in the Albany GA courts.

Thank you for your kind words and response….


Eric "Smidi" Smith

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Daddy B. Nice,

Hi. Could you please tell me who sings the song "Moving On" (I think that's the title). The hook is something like I've closed the door on yesterday I'm moving on, moving moving on to tomorrow.

Thank you!


Daddy B. Nice replies:

Hi, Anna,

That's one of those great underground records--underground even for Southern Soul, which in itself is underground. The song is called "Moving On," as you surmised, and it's by a singer called Lil' Jimmie (Jimmie Forbish, Jr. of Beaumont, Texas).

The "one-hit-wonder" record is long out of print, but it's by far his best.

You can find his 2007 CD, I'm Not Going Nowhere, on Amazon, but unfortunately it doesn't reprise "Moving On."

I get asked about this record annually, which is one of the reasons I consider it a "classic."

Daddy B. Nice

Check out Lil' Jimmie in Daddy B. Nice's Comprehensive Index.



I hope im not bothering you, but i have a question...

I have searched far and wide for that Wilson Meadows--Can you hang. I heard it on the radio and i thought maybe it would be somewhere i could purchase it, but i cant find it.

Do you know where i can locate the song? 107.3 Jamz in S.C. has it on their playlist but when you click to buy it, it goes to another song by Wilson.

Thanks if you can help and have a Blessed day!!

Brotha English

Daddy B. Nice replies:

Sorry for the delay, Brotha English, but you may have to wait a little while longer. Although he releases radio copies of singles, I don’t think Meadows sells singles. You’ll have to get it on his next CD release, I fear.

Daddy B. Nice



Sometimes I've been reading 'Southern Soul' and I'm searching The Love Doctor's song from the time I heard it through Spice Internet Radio about one week ago.

Please tell me, which CD include 'Long Distant Lovers'?

I've checked up The Love Doctor's 7 solo and 9 compilation CD through Barnes & Noble, CD baby, Amazon, and CDS records.

Help me Please.

Hiromi Yamagui in japan

Daddy B Nice replies:

Dear Hiromi,

The good news is I can answer the first part of your question: “Long Distance Lovers” was on The Love Doctor’s New Beginning CD (Labro, 2010). The bad news is: That album was never distributed for sale.

Daddy B Nice


daddy nice

are these ( artists ) still performing - i love the sound , the music , the musicians , of course the ( blues ) it self ... please let me know , where and when ? they are performing at a ( hole-in-the-wall ) or a boat party . my phone # - ///-///-/// , my e-mail - ///@///.com , thank you very much . please reply ,


Daddy B Nice replies:

Dear Leroy,

Daddy B. Nice’s Concert Calendar. That’s the ticket.

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Dadddy B. Nice,

re: Daddy B. Nice's Artist Guide to Will T.

WOW! Shows how much I don't know . . .

I've been an admirer of Jo Jo Murray and the Top Flight Band for years -- for all this time, I never realized that it was the "real" Will T. singing on that show! (That Thursday night gig Will mentioned, by the way, is at the Hot City Lounge, 7432 S. Racine, Chicago -- well worth checking out for any blues/soul-blues fans looking for the "real thing") --

Not sure how nit-picky you want to be, but I'm guessing that the address of Hamberlin's studio where the original "Mississippi Boy" was recorded was 70th and South Shore, not "7th" -- I went to his studio one time for an article I was doing on Stan Mosley and the late Lee Morris; I'm pretty sure that's where it was. And yes, Michael Mayberry would most likely be the "partner" he was talking about.

David W.

Daddy B. Nice replies:

Sounds like one of those "it's-a-small-world" moments, David. Will T's "Mississippi Boy" is really one of the very best and most iconic contemporary southern soul songs, and I'll never forget how neglected it was, and how much I fought to give it visibility, and how easily it might have slipped through the cracks, disappeared, and never seen the "light of day." And in case you catch Will T. live in Chicago, definitely go up and request "Mississippi Boy." He told me how excited he was when that happened during a gig. And the crowd went wild hearing him do it.

Daddy B. Nice


Hello Daddy B. Nice!

My wife and I want to see some Southern Soul music the last week of March 23-29. Nothing is on the calender yet. The Blues is Alright Tour would be ideal, but I can't find a website that lists the shows. I'll keep my fingers crossed something comes up. Thanks!

Jim in Oregon

Daddy B. Nice replies:

Hi Jim,

I've been watching that week (the last week of March) in the Concert Calendar since I received your letter, and it's still empty. Your letter brings up a couple of issues. With job schedules, plane flights, etc. having to be lined up so far in advance, it's not easy finding Southern Soul gigs, which have much shorter promotional windows.

RE: the Blues Is Alright Tour: I don't know this for a fact, but I suspect the cost of generating a new website page annually got to be too much. I don't believe they posted a page last year, either.

Finally, it is a kick getting southern soul letters from lily-white states like Colorado, Utah and Oregon (no offense intended, of course). It shows how much this music is seeping into all corners of the country.

Daddy B. Nice

Jim from Oregon replies

Daddy, I am trying to get my wife to relocate out of this "lilly white" hippie town called Eugene. The "brown water" as you have detailed in some of your travel posts in places like Jackson is a little off-putting. We like clean air, water and access to healthy food. It is really the only reason to live in Oregon. Other cities like Austin have gotten so expensive and are so hot that we can't seem to find the right place that suits us. Virginia looks interesting, and I would love to catch a Big G show and then on down to some Roy C and then all of the more popular usual stuff nearby.

Culturally the whole NW is a wasteland. Seattle, Portland, SF are DEAD for even blues, let alone Southern Soul. Los Angeles has quite a bit going on that is totally underground. My wife's family is there so I get my heaping helping when I go there. If you ever go there (and you should just to see the regular blues/soul gigs), I have a buddy Allen Larman that is the hippest music lover there. He knows about you and would love to show you around if you haven't already had contact with him. There are a lot of regular gigs that are great in LA! Not exactly the contemporary Southern Soul artists obviously, but great blues and soul that you would appreciate. A few Evejim artists like Sir Stan and Jackie Jackson, a guy named Joe Kincaid, Darryl "Duffy" Glen, Sonny Green and others.

Thank for keeping an eye out for me. I have been checking the website regularly. I don't think it is going to happen this year. I know about that "Blues is Alright" Tour. They have no website for it. Promotion is a big problem for the Southern Soul shows. It is such a local scene, one has to really do a lot of digging, so I appreciate your efforts!

Check out this garage band the Oblivians doing Stephanie McDee's Call the Police. Funny, a garage band covering a Southern Soul/Gospel artist.

Listen to The Oblivions singing Stephanie McDee's "Call The Police" on YouTube.



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Greeting Daddy B. Nice,

J.S.S. Records home of the sexy, sassy, classy, soulful "Recording Artist "The Duchess" Jureesa McBride are so honored, excited, and truly humbled to have your most valuable review for the single, "Did I Lay It On Your Right" as #3 on Daddy B. Nice's Top 10 "BREAKING" Southern Soul Singles Review for January 2014. WoW!!!!!!!!!!!! get the fruit cake out of town WHeW!!!!!!! The Duchess Jureesa is speechless.

Thank you so much for all that you do for us as artists and keeping the world of music so honorably informed. Your efforts are by all means are highlighting where others truly overlook great talent and hardworking artists.

NOW, The Duchess Jureesa SO KINDLY request that the information mention below be corrected in your review.:


Ms McBride is a new independent artist that released her first single in 2012 entitled, "Cookies N Milk" noted now as " Put Your Cookie in My Milk" on her first album entitled, I'm A Woman First, Tales of The Duchess released in 2013.

Again, this Daughter & Mother duo are so appreciative, excited. Thank you!!!!!!



"The Duchess" Jureesa McBride & Silver Shirley Manager

Daddy B. Nice replies:

Thank you so much for the compliments and for the correction. I've made the necessary changes on Daddy B. Nice's Top 10 "Breaking" Southern Soul Singles for January 2014. Great work, and best wishes.

Daddy B. Nice

Shirley McBride replies:

We are truly humbled, so Thank You for all that you gentlemen take the time to do and thank you for the correction.

We will keep working hard. I do hope you are will truly enjoy her entire album. You all keep it MOVING . We love You all to the highest.

Silver Shirley

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Hello Daddy B Nice

I like your response to Willie Clayton's comment,

i'm on the same page with you,

I couldn't have said it any better

we need the young to step up like back in the days of Motown Stax and many other labels

music has to grow,

look how Michael Jackson reinvented himself
and shot to the top.

music is an emotional roller coaster

enjoy the ride.

and by the way I love that song

I got this record.

Floyd Hamberlin

Daddy B. Nice replies:

Thanks for the feedback, Floyd, I really appreciate it.

To read Willie Clayton's comments and Daddy B. Nice's response, go to Daddy B. Nice's Corner and scroll down to the last article at the bottom of the page.

Listen to the new video of J-Wonn singing "I Got This Record" on YouTube.

Daddy B. Nice notes:

Floyd Hamberlin wrote and produced the most popular Southern Soul song of the year just passed, Nellie "Tiger" Travis's "Mr. Sexy Man." - Chitlin' Circuit Southern Soul Music Guide

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RE: Sir Charles Jones' Step Dance Song

Dear Daddy B. Nice,

What is the name of: Sir Charles Jones Step Dance song?

totally blessed,
Joe Black

Daddy B. Nice replies:

Hi Joe,

You must be talking about Charles' "Two Step." Is that your song?

Listen to Sir Charles singing "Two Steps" on Blues Mix 20.

Read Daddy B. Nice's new 21st Century Artist Guide to Sir Charles Jones.

Joe replies:

Yes, that's it. Thank you so much. Happy Holidays to the whole crew !!

P.S. What cd is it on ????

Daddy B. Nice replies:

No CD or single.

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Hello Daddy nice,

First let me say your event list on your website is very helpful.

My Sister and I plan to see Ms Jody on 12/20/2013 during our week vacation in the area.

Can you tell me if there are any special events on Christmas day or Christmas eve in Memphis TN or the Tunica MS area?

We are open to events during the day such as blues show and dinner, Jazz show and dinner, gospel concerts or church events.

Thanks in advance for your time and consideration.

With warm regards,


Daddy B. Nice replies:

Dear Zelda,

Ms. Jody's Dec 20th date has been cancelled in Tunica, Ms. Other Ms. Jody dates have been added.

Daddy B. Nice

Zelda replies:


Daddy B. Nice replies:

Sorry for not having time to send a longer reply earlier. You probably consulted Daddy B. Nice's "Concert Calendar" in the meantime.

Ms. Jody's in Camden, Alabama on New Year's Eve. Otherwise, not too much around Memphis with the exception of the big concert with Sweet Angel and Mr. Sam and Big John Cummings.

Daddy B. Nice

Zelda replies:

Thanks for the update, we found lots of great things to do while we were there.

We plan on returning during the summer.



RE: Memphis Concert Update

Greetings --

I think I've confirmed where that Sunday night set is. It's not at Mr. A's, which used to be in the Airport Inn on Brooks; it's at 1405 Airways, it used to be called The Blue Worm, and apparently now it's simply called "The Blues Night Club." There's another place on Winchester that's been featuring Nate Dogg on Friday nights, but I don't know the exact details about that one.

David Whiteis


RE: Soul Music Town For A Vacation: Austin?

Hi, Daddy B. Nice,

I discovered Austin, TX has a soul music scene. I'm thinking about Austin for my next soul music vacation. What have you heard about the scene there?

Happy holidays,


Daddy B. Nice replies:

Happy holidays to you, too, Annie. I've actually written about the favorable soul music scene in Austin in the last year or two. I can't remember which Southern Soul artists have appeared there, but they are starting to trickle in and make the genre visible. As college towns go, Austin is definitely one of the best for soul music.

Daddy B. Nice.


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Hello Mr. DaddyBNice,

This is Ms. Stephanie McDee and I am so sorry for getting back with you so late but I have been on the run doing concerts and filming a new movie called "Mississippi Blues". I'm just getting time to sit down and go through my email. When I began to read all the beautiful things you said about me it brought joy and tears to my eyes. That you would pick my favorite song on the whole album and make it number one on your Top Ten for October. I am so excited thank you for welcoming this lost black sheep back to the fold it means the world to me!!!!!!!!!!
Ms. Stephanie McDee
The Southern Soul Queen

Daddy B. Nice had written:

I searched a year for the title and artist to this song--the old story of the shepherd obsessed with the one "lost" black sheep out beyond the known flock. Then, the other day, the artist herself--"Monkey Talking" Stephanie McDee--dropped it in your Daddy B. Nice's lap.

(From Daddy B. Nice's "Breaking" Southern Soul Singles Review for OCTOBER 2013: #1 "When I Step In The Club"--Stephanie McDee)

And, a month later, Stephanie McDee wrote:

Dear Mr. Daddy B. Nice

Hello how have you been doing? I seen the November charts and I was so excited and amazed to see "The Lion Of Judah" charted number one along side with "When I Step In The Club" it left me speechless. I never had no one to say that many amazing things about my music. It showed me that you really took the time to really listen to it because exactly what you said is the feel I wanted to have which is the flavors of the sixties. That real pop-soul flavor because that was real music back then and because I really wanted to capture that sound and bring it back to this era. I thank you so much for noticing the style of music in each song and most of all I thank you for the beautiful sketch of me thats funny it looks like me (laugh out loud). Thank you once again for your love and support of my music

Stephanie McDee
The Southern Soul Blues Queen

Listen to Stephanie McDee singing "When I Step In The Club" on YouTube.

Read Daddy B. Nice's Artist Guide to Stephanie McDee.

Read Daddy B. Nice's New CD Review of Stephanie McDee's RETURN OF THE SOUTHERN SOUL QUEEN.



Daddy B. Nice,

Thank you...I will have the CD Wed. Dec. 4th. I will publish it then. I have already done the leg work, I was waiting on the actual arrival. Thank you again!!!!!

By the way....I would like to say this as humble as I can. I paid cash money for the Rights of "Feel So Good." Karen Wolfe later called me and apologized for accusing me of (using the background of "Man Enough") without permission. I have the documentation and her producer made her aware of it. So I was never a burglar. I'm 48 years old kicking high!!! LOL!!!! Thank you again!!!!!

Simone De

Listen to Simone De singing "Feel So Good" on YouTube.

Read Daddy B. Nice's Artist Guide to Simone De

Read Daddy B. Nice's New CD Review of Simone De's BAD BOY CD.


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Hey Daddy,

Thought you were a little hard on LaMorris in your Oct. song analysis. There actually is a bridge in "It's Whatever."

Keep up great work.

Chuck D.

Daddy B. Nice had written in October's #7 "Breaking" Southern Soul Singles Review:

Musically, LaMorris still needs more melody, more sophisticated song structure--like verses, choruses, bridges?--in which to exhibit his prodigious vocal talent.

Listen to LaMorris Williams singing "It's Whatever" on YouTube.

Daddy B. Nice replies:

You're right. I'm glad you brought that up, Chuck D., so I can make amends. Since I've been listening to the song more I hear the bridge, too--one of the high points of the song, actually--beginning with the words--

"Whatever you want,
Just ask LaMorris..."

I guess what I was getting at was LaMorris's tendency of recording simple, basically one-or-two-chord songs, R.L. Burnside-like, the two great exceptions being of course his two biggest and more melodious hits, "Impala" and "Pretty Lady." (And in concert, "Pretty Lady" seems to have even more of a melody than on the recording.)

However, LaMorris's very first song--the one your Daddy B. Nice first got into--was a one-chord song, "Ring On Your Finger." It was great, but you just hope that a young artist doesn't take it as an excuse to box himself in.

Daddy B. Nice


Speaking of songwriting, here's a note from Luther Lackey of interest to artists looking for material....

Hey Yall,

It's me, Luther Lackey/ Mama Southern Soul.

I'm not recording anymore but I'm writing songs, so IF YOU KNOW SOMEONE (Male or Female) WHO NEEDS A HIT, have them call me...(601) 951-3617- If they broke, don't waste my time nor theirs.

Daddy B. Nice notes:

Luther sent this out with a good uptempo song called "The Mississippi Twerk" performed by Narvel Echols (in a very Lackey-ish style).

And please, no freeloaders.

Luther Lackey adds:

Call Mr. Narvel Echols at 662-299-3932
for radio service for "Mississippi Twerk" and bookings...



Hi Daddy,

I understand you like what Stevie J do a lot. Will you review his latest album? I like it a lot.



Daddy B. Nice replies:

I'm looking forward to it--as long as he sends it to me.



Dear Daddy B Nice

Thank you from the bottom of my heart for trying to straighten out this misinformed information concerning the song "I Hear you Knocking". From the heart of...


Go To Gina Brown & Divas page, scroll down to Mystery Lady.


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Dear Daddy B Nice:

I consider myself a long time fan of Roy C, and I would love to attend his show on 8-2-2014, however, your notice is confusing. It gives 5:p.m. at the beginning of the ad. Then mentions the door opening at 12:p.m. There are two addresses given and a mention of a county with no mention of a town. I do not wish to drive for 2 hours and get lost because of poor directions , please state the time the show begin, the address, town and state. If you are giving a party for Roy C. then state the time of the party and that address seperately. I am bringing 7 people and don't wish to get lost.

Thank you,
Annie Helton

Daddy B. Nice replies:

Dear Annie,

I feel your pain, but don't kill the "messenger." Your Daddy B. Nice is neither a publicist or promoter, and in this case it is they who deserve the scolding. I am just providing the information given me on the concert flyer, which by the way has no phone #, exact address or town. This concert is obviously out in the "boonies," and will require a more adventurous spirit on your part.

Best wishes, and I hope you are able to make the trip, do a little inquiring in the nearby hamlets, and successfully attend.

Daddy B. Nice


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Daddy B. Nice's Top 10 Souther Soul Singles

Friday, July 25, 2014. The Lighthouse Jazz Cafe, 701 S. Gloster, Tupelo, Mississippi. T. K. Soul. 662-840-0118.

9 pm, Friday, July 25, 2014. William H. Scott Civic Center, 1200 Major Parkway, New Roads, Louisiana. Willie Clayton. Doors open 7 pm. BYOB. 225-241-4556.

7 pm, Saturday, July 26, 2014. McNabb City Park, McNabb, Arkansas. Avail Hollywood.

Saturday, July 26, 2014. The 4H Fairgrounds, 15117 S. Ironwood, South Bend, Indiana. St. Joseph County Fair. T. K. Soul, Omar Cunningham, Vick Allen, Ms. Jody, JoJo Murray and more. 219-291-4870.

Saturday, July 26, 2014. Southern University Minidome, 801 Harding Blvd., Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Capital City Blues Festival. Tucka, Lebrado, Kenne Wayne.

Saturday, July 26, 2014. Mr. J's 2, 12552 Guiteau Mill Rd., Fluker, Louisiana. Willie Clayton. 985-747-0470.

2 pm, Saturday, July 26, 2014. Lamont's Entertainment Complex, 4400 Livingston Road, Pomonkey, Maryland. Lamont's 24th Anniversary. Nellie "Tiger" Travis, Hardway Connection, Gridloc Band and more. 301-283-0225. Gates open at 12 Noon. Rain or shine.

9 pm, Saturday, July 26, 2014. Rita's On The Square, 500 West Broadway, West Memphis, Arkansas. Family Reunion Blues Show & Party. O.B. Buchana & Band, Big John Cummings, Joy. 901-415-0767. Show starts at 8 pm. DBN notes: Yes, this looks like a conflict for O.B. Buchana, also scheduled for fairgrounds appearance in South Bend, Indiana (above). My guess is that he'll be in West Memphis, not South Bend. 870-702-7517.

4 pm, Sunday, July 27, 2014. Sawmill Field (The Bottom), 358 Sawmill Road, Highland Home, Alabama. Blues In The Bottom. Karen Wolfe, Terry Wright.Gates open at 11 am.

7:30 pm, Sunday, July 27, 2014. VFW Post 9832, 4610 Sunray Drive, Jackson, Mississippi. Billy "Soul" Bonds Leo Birthday Bash. Billy "Soul" Bonds, Larome Powers, DeCarlos Bonds. Doors open at 6 pm. 601-572-1377 or 769-972-1511.

6 pm, Monday, July 28, 2014. The Jackson Marriott, 200 E. Amite St., Jackson, Mississippi. The Jackson Music Awards. Nellie "Tiger" Travis, Vick Allen, Bigg Robb, JWonn, Eddie Cotton, Grady Champion, Stevie J. and more. Honorees: Zac Harmon, Bobby Rush. 601-969-5100.

7 pm, Thursday, July 31, 2014. Celeste Center, 717 E. 17th Ave., Columbus, Ohio. Aretha Franklin.

Friday, August 1, 2014. Tulsa Raceway Park, 3101 N. Garnett, Tulsa, Oklahoma. Mel Waiters.

5 pm, Saturday, August 2, 2014. Scoot Upchurch's Barn & Ranch, 2318 Broughton Road, Riley Hills Community-Wake County, North Carolina. Down Home Southern Soul Blues Fest & 75th Roy C. Birthday. Roy C, The Love Doctor, Sir Jonathan Burton, Walt Luv, L.J. Echols. Gates open at 12 Noon, rain or shine. Tents and lawn chairs welcome. For more information, call 919-208-5877 or 251-545-5921.

Saturday, August 2, 2014. Horseshoe Casino Resort, 1021 Casino Center Drive, Tunica/Robinsonville, Mississippi. Jus' Blues Award Juke Joint Concert. Latimore, Calvin Richardson, Karen Wolfe. 800-303-7463.

8 pm, Saturday, August 2, 2014. Gilly's, 132 S. Jefferson St., Dayton, Ohio. Bigg Robb and band. 937-228-8414.

Saturday, August 2, 2014. Greater Gulf State Fairgrounds, 1035 Cody Rd., Mobile, Alabama. Young Guns Of Soul Tour. Mr. David, Lebrado, T.K. Soul, O.B. Buchana, Napoleon, MeMe, Solomon Thompson. Hosted by WDLT 104’s Nikki DeMarks. 251-366-6880.

9 pm, Saturday, August 2, 2014. VFW Post 8852, 2419 3rd St., Alexandria, Louisiana. J-Wonn, Lil' Fallay and more. 318-451-1670.

Sunday, August 3, 2014. Main Attraction, 815 Main St., Greenwood, Mississippi. Life After Love Tour.T.K. Soul. Doors open 9 pm.

4 pm, Saturday, August 3, 2014. Lucas Softball Field, Hwy. #84, Curtis, Mississippi. 6th Annual Welcome Home Big Al Jefferson (of Charlotte Hornets) Outdoor Concert. Mel Waiters, Ms. Jody, Vick Allen, Larry Milton, Calvin Richardson and more. Gates open at 2 pm. 601-573-1892.

8 pm, Monday, August 4, 2014. Hilton Anatole, 2201 N. Stemmons Fwy., Dallas, Texas. Mel Waiters. 214-748-1200.

Thursday, August 7 and Sunday, August 10, 2014. The Rhythm Room, 1019 E. Indian School Rd., Phoenix, Arizona. Bobby Rush. 602-265-4842.

8 pm, Friday, August 8, 2014. Washington County Convention Center, 1040 S. Raceway Road, Greenville, Mississippi. Bad Boys of Clarksdale. O.B. Buchana, Columbus Toy, J.R. Blu and more. 662-645-7045. BYOB.

7 pm, Friday, August 8, & 8 pm, Saturday, August 9, 2014. Hollywood Bowl, 2301 N. Highland Ave., Los Angeles, California. Glady Knight. 323-850-2000.

Saturday, August 9, 2014. Wyndham Hotel, 111 E. Pecan St., San Antonio, Texas. Mel Waiters. 210-354-2800.

Saturday, August 9, 2014. Plush Sports Bar Field, 951 Rwe Jones St., Grambling, Louisiana. Trail Ride & Blues Concert. Kenne Wayne, Ghetto Cowboy. Gates open at 12 Noon. Trail Ride 4 pm, Concert 8 pm. Lawn chairs and coolers welcome. 318-274-0222.

Saturday, August 9, 2014. Richardson Fairgrounds, Hwy. #963, Clinton, Louisiana. Mother's Day Celebration. Tucka, Jeff Floyd, Kenne Wayne, Ms. Jody and more. 225-303-2569 or 225-572-4442.

Friday & Saturday, August 15 & 16, 2014. Mississippi Agriculture & Forestry Museum, 1150 Lakeland Drive, Jackson, Mississippi. Jackson Rhythm & Blues Festival. Denise LaSalle, Bobby Rush, Dorothy Moore, Fantasía, Ziggy Marley, Bell Biv DeVoe, Chrisette Michele, Marc Broussard, Janiva Magness, Boney James, B. Smyth, Curtis Salgado, Homemade Jamz Blues Band, Rebirth Brass Band and more. 601-432-4500. See Jackson Rhythm & Blues Festival website.

7 pm, Saturday, August 16, 2014. Landers Center, 4560 Venture Dr., South Haven, Mississippi. Memphis Tri-State Blues Festival: Battle Of The Sexes. Mel Waiters, T.K. Soul, Shirley Brown, Sweet Angel, Sir Charles Jones, Bobby Rush, Denise LaSalle, Millie Jackson. 662-280-9120.

Saturday, August 16, 2014. Washington Avenue Armory, 195 Washington Ave, Albany, New York. Cupid, Kurtis Blow. 518-512-5203.

Friday, August 29, 2014. Attala County Coliseum, 550 Mississippi Hwy. 12, Kosciusko, Mississippi. J'Wonn, Dave Mack, Napoleon, Big Yayo. BYOB. Info: 601-665-3519 (Antonio Brooks).

7 pm, Saturday, August 30, 2014. Union County Fairgrounds, 334 W. Hillsboro St., El Dorado, Arkansas. 9th Annual Southern Soul Showdown. Vick Allen, Avail Hollywood, Jeff Floyd, Willie P., Columbus Toy, Nicky Parrish. Gates open at 6 pm. 870-866-7441 or 870-864-0350.

5 pm, pm, Saturday, August 30, 2014. Cherry St., Downtown Helena, Arkansas. 3rd Annual Labor Day Barbeque & Blues Festival. Mel Waiters, Sir Charles Jones, Sweet Angel. Gates open at 3 pm.

8 pm, Saturday, August 30, 2014. River View Head Start Center, Phillip, Mississippi. L.J. Echols.

Saturday, August 30, 2014. Casino Beach, 4 Fort Pickens Road, Pensacola Beach, Florida. Gulf Coast Summer Festival. Tucka, Lacee, Gina Brown, Johnny Gill, Dru Hill, Average White Band, Will Downing. Gates open 12 Noon.

3 pm, Saturday, August 30, 2014. Mr B's Park, 7243 Gatewood Rd., Woodford, Virginia (Caroline County). Divas & Gents, Southern Soul Bluez. Wilson Meadows, Big G, Pat Cooley, Jim Bennett & Lady Mary. 804-389-3558.

Sunday, August 31, 2014. Louisiana Purchase Garden & Zoo, 1405 Bernstein Park Rd., Monroe, Louisiana. Omar Cunningham. 318-329-2400.

Sunday, August 31, 2014. The Festival Plaza, Shreveport, Louisiana. T.K. Soul.

5 pm, Sunday, August 31, 2014. Holmes Recreational Park (Stallo Park/Da Shack), 1222 O Road 571, Stallo, Mississippi. Nellie "Tiger" Travis, Bigg Robb, Tre Williams. Gates open at 2 pm. 662-705-0780.

8 pm, Friday, September 5, 2014. Greenwood Cultural Center, 322 North Greenwood Ave., Tulsa, Oklahoma. Sir Charles Jones. Doors open 7 pm.

8 pm, Saturday, September 6, 2014. Winspear Opera House, 2403 Flora St., Dallas, Texas. Aretha Franklin. 214-880-0202.

Saturday, September 6, 2014. North Charleston Performing Arts Center, 5001 Coliseum Drive, Charleston, South Carolina. Latimore, The Temptations, Klass Band Brotherhood. 843-529-5000.

Sunday, September 7, 2014. Sam's Town Casino, 1477 Casino Strip Blvd., Robinsonville, Mississippi. Theodis Ealey.

6 pm, Sunday, September 7, 2014. Club Me & U, 820 Cooper Road, Suite H (Candlestick Shopping Center), Jackson, Mississippi. Charles Evers Birthday Bash. Willie Clayton, Bobby Rush, Reverend Joe A. Washington, LaMorris Williams, Ms. Jody, Nellie "Tiger" Travis, Little Miss Soul, T-Baby. Doors open at 4 pm. Admission at the door only. BYOB. 601-398-0784.

8:30 pm, Tuesday, September 9, 2014. Arena Theatre, 7326 Southwest Fwy., Houston, Texas. Aretha Franklin. 713-772-5900.

Saturday, September 13th, 2014. The Meeting Place, 1301 W. Erwin St., Tyler, Texas. Omar Cunningham, Ms. Genii. 903-535-9400.

8 pm, September 20, 2014. Bryan Union Hall, 400 Cow Palace Road, West Point, Mississippi. Sir Charles Jones. Doors open 7 pm. 601-454-4850.

Saturday, September 27, 2014. Knuckleheads, 2715 Rochester Ave., Kansas City, Missouri. 816-483-1456. Bobby Rush.

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Ongoing Gigs:

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Sundays-Mondays, 8 p.m.-Midnight
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We have such short memories. There's so much to fill our minds. The sheer amount of fine Southern Soul music is hidden to us during 99.9% of our waking moments. Then, out of the blue, you hear your favorite deejay play a song you'd forgotten about. For the tiniest second, the mental floodgates open. And all the performers who have taken a stab at the pinata of Southern Soul legendhood--with all the financial and emotional commitment CD-making entails--rushes in.

The artists seem beyond number. The great songs are for the taking. And Daddy B. Nice lists just a few--the top 100, the cream but by no means the entirety of the crop--below.

Each of the artists has an entry (or more) in Daddy B. Nice's Comprehensive Index, where links will automatically zip you around to relevant sound samples, chart entries, awards and CD sales.

Daddy B. Nice Notes:

Many of the following artists can now be seen in depth at Daddy B. Nice's Top 100 21st Century Southern Soul Countdown.


Daddy B. Nice Ranks The Most Under-Rated 2nd Generation Top 100 Southern Soul Artists: With 21st Century Southern Soul Signature Classics




1. Lenny Williams
Signature song: "Can't Nobody Do Me Like You"

2. Wendell B.
Signature song: "Just Don't Understand You"

3. Karen Wolfe
Signature song: "Man Enough"

4. Walter Waiters
Signature song: "Careful Woman/Don't Scratch My Back"

5. Bob Steele
Signature Song: "Yo Dress Is Too Short"

6. Betty Padgett
Signature Song: "Never Coming Home"

7. El' Willie
Signature Song: "You Got Me Where You Want Me"

8. Miz B.
Signature Song: "My Name Is $$$$"

9. Larry Milton
Signature Song: "Back In Love Again"

10. Lebrado
Signature Song: "I'm Missin' You Babe"

11. Renea Mitchell
Signature Song: "Seventeen Days Of Loving"

12. Stevie Jay
Signature Song: "Because Of Me"

13. Roni
Signature Song: "Fool On My Hands"

14. Joy
Signature Song: "Cuttin' Up Sideways"

15. L. J. Echols
Signature Song: "From The Back"

16. Willie B.
Signature Song: "Larry Licker"

17. Robert Hill
Signature Song: "Somebody Lied On Me"

18. Mr. David
Signature Song: "Where Do You Want Me To Put It"

19. Monique Ford
Signature Song: "Work That Body"

20. Frank-O Johnson
Signature Song: "I Was Checking Out (She Was Checking In)"

21. Pat Cooley
Signature Song: "Older Woman"

22. Ric E. Bluez
Signature Song: "Angel"

23. Lijuana
Signature Song: "Wasn't None Of You"

24. Jesse Clay
Signature Song: "Bump, Jump & Slide"

25. Napoleon
Signature Song: "Who You Been Lovin'" - Chitlin' Circuit Southern Soul Music Guide

26. Earl Duke
Signature Song: "(Salt In My) Sugar Bowl"

27. Lil' Jimmie
Signature Song: "Close The Door On Yesterday (Moving On)"

28. Sergio Davis
Signature Song: "Good Loving Woman"

29. Nicole Jackson
Signature Song: "Can We Go There"

30. Willie Hill
Signature Song: "Friendly Reunion"

31. Mr. Sam
Signature Song: "Voice Mail"

32. Bobbye Johnson
Signature Song: "Saving My Love For You"

33. Da Twinky Man
Signature Song: "I'm Living On A Fixed Income"

34. Ricky White
Signature Song: "I'll Always Love You"

35. Earl Gaines
Signature Song: "It's Love Baby (24 Hours A Day)"

36. Jewel J.
Signature Song: "That's My Shugga Daddy"

37. John Haley
Signature Song: "I Wanna Bump"

38. Jacquel
Signature Song: "The Twist"

39. A.P. Heavy But Sweet (Andy Pittman)
Signature Song: "Move Your Body"

40. Sweet Angel
Signature Song: "Good Girls Do Bad Things"

41. J. T. Watkins
Signature Song: "Where Did Our Love Go"

42. Dave Mack
Signature Song: "Thirteen Days"

43. Patrick Harris
Signature Song: "I Fooled You This Time"

44. La'Morris Williams
Signature Song: "Impala"

45. Simeo
Signature Song: "Windows (We Roll, Southern Soul)"

46. Lois
Signature Song: "Slippin' And Slidin'"

47. Jo-Us Band
Signature Song: "I'll Be Doggone"

48. Dickie Williams
Signature Song: "Dog Kinda Love"

49. Sterling Williams
Signature Song: "Heartache Medicine"

50. Jerry L.
Signature Song: "Girls In Tha Hood" - Chitlin' Circuit Southern Soul Music Guide

51. The Rhythm All Stars
Signature Song: "Stuck"

52. Mr. X
Signature Song: "Wiggle Wiggle Wiggle"

53. Lacee Reed
Signature Song: "Lacee's Groove"

54. Al Lindsey
Signature Song: "Missing You"

55. The Chairman Of The Board
Signature Song: "All In The Family"

56. Lil' Fallay
Signature Song: "Love Under Arrest"

57. Wilton Lombard
Signature Song: "It's A Cruel World"

58. Mose Stovall
Signature Song: "Don't Stop The Music"

59. Ernie Lindsey
Signature Song: "My Name Is The Blues"

60. Lola
Signature Song: "The Sweetest Thing"

61. Maurice Davis
Signature Song: "It Ain't My Hat, It Ain't My Shoes"

62. David G.
Signature Song: "Southern Blues With A Twist"

63. The Mystery Man
Signature Song: "Better Stop Dogging Me Around"

64. Michelle Miller
Signature Song: "Good Loving Made Me Cry"

65. Mack Davis & B. J. Miller
Signature Song: "Bill"

66. Cupid
Signature Song: "Cupid Shuffle"

67. The Duchess
Signature Song: "Doin' My Job"

68. Demond Crump
Signature Song: "White Man's War"

69. Chandra Calloway
Signature Song: "Gotta Find Me Somebody"

70. Little Phil
Signature Song: "Blues Party"

71. Walt Love
Signature Song: "Mr. Love"

72. Pookie Lane
Signature Song: "Southern Woman"

73. Aaron Young
Signature Song: "Money Or Fame"

74. Ms. Monique
Signature Song: "Mr. Do Right"

75. Coco
Signature Song: "Crazy 'Bout You Baby" - Chitlin' Circuit Southern Soul Music Guide

76. Stephanie McDee
Signature Song: "Monkey Talk"

77. Larome Powers
Signature Song: "Shake And Shimmy"

78. Lou Pride
Signature Song: "Midnight Call"

79. Willis Pugh
Signature Song: "Sit Down On It"

80. Raine
Signature Song: "Find Out What She Likes"

81. John Ainsley
Signature Song: "My Lover (She Treats Me Like A Stranger)"

82. Arthur Foy
Signature Song: "Don't Stop My Party"

83. Andre' Lee
Signature Song: "One Night Stand"

84. Leon McMullen
Signature Song: "After This Night Is Gone"

85. O. T. Sykes
Signature Song: "Loneliness Inside Me"

86. Nolan Struck
Signature Song: "My Nerves Are Going Bad"

87. Big Joe
Signature Song: "I Like Big Girls"

88. The Winstons
Signature Song: "Everything Is Gonna Be All Right"

89. April
Signature Song: "Down Home Blues"

90. Stacy Mitchhart
Signature Song: "Things Have Changed"

91. Bertha Payne
Signature Song: "Save Your Breath"

92. Tyree Neal
Signature Song: "I Heard It In The Neighborhood"

93. James Smith
Signature Song: "Plumber Man"

94. Fred Bolton
Signature Song: "Must Be Jelly"

95. Big G
Signature Song: "Thank You Girl"

96. Clarence Dobbins
Signature Song: "Don't Give Up On Me"

97. Sherman Hunter
Signature Song: "Old Neighborhood"

98. Judi Brown Eyes
Signature Song: "Sam"

99. Lorraine Turner
Signature Song: "You Lost A Fortune"

100. Patrick Henry
Signature Song: "Love Me Easy"

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