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Digging back to the very roots of Stax and Atlantic, Curtis Little and the Receivers Soul Review has got to be the most authentic soul band on the road today. Curtis has fronted his own band for many years and blown many an audience away with his no-nonsense vocal delivery and he's noted as `Mr. Soul'. Backed by one of the tightest seven piece bands on the soul scene, they have created an enviable reputation as the 'hardest working band' in show business. It's a combination that doesn't let up for a minute in delivering a solid soul groove. Between them they have worked with such diverse artistes as: Jim Capaldi, Steel Pulse, Mary Wells, William Bell, Trevor Burton, Chicken Shack, The Flying Doctors, Red Beards from Texas and numerous others. They defy you to sit still! " Outstanding `60's style soul revue"..... The Guardian

Genres: Soul

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