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blue-eyed soul

n
(Jazz) informal soul music written and performed by White singers in a style derived from the blues

blue-eyed soul

Soul music produced or performed by white musicians.
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The 38-year-old entertainer performs a variety of musical genres that include big band, jazz, blue eyed soul, and traditional pop.
The BBC Performing Arts funding also paid for volunteers and a few of the group's more able members to attend a two day training programme by Rachel Liggitt and Rachel Freeman from Blue Eyed Soul Dance Company.
Playing Northern Soul, RnB, Motown, Blue Eyed Soul, 60s club sounds.
On Saturday Blue Eyed Soul Dance Company brings Where The Wind Blows - a show about friendship for four to 11 year olds.
He has toured with Blue Eyed Soul in their acclaimed show Frankenstein and performed in Sam Boardman Jacob's performance of Lorca's The Public.
Unlike Van Morrison, another carrier of the blue eyed soul flame whose voice however has slightly lost the edge on its range and power, McDonald's remains undiminished with age.
Top left: Blue Eyed Soul represent raw talent; above: Brazen Soul's For Love and Money; above right: Benji Reid; Stan's Cafe get the ball rolling with Be Proud of Me
Rock fans soon came to recognize his trademark vocal delivery emblazoned across the grit and blue eyed soul of the legendary Doobie Brothers on hits such as "Takin' It To The Streets," and into his highly-successful solo career highlights of which include include "Sweet Freedom," "On My Own," and the Grammy-award winning "Ya Mo Be There.
They would go on to lead the way for Blue Eyed Soul to Folk Rock to Protest to Civil Rights, blending white Pop melodies with black soul and R&B muscle.
This bunch of Dundee musicians were far from average, with their uniquely funky brand of blue eyed soul and R&B, and this is a comprehensive overview of the band's career on 2 CDs, spanning 1973 to 1982.
COVENTRY composer Derek Nisbet's music can be heard in new dance work Don't Push Me by the Blue Eyed Soul Dance Company.
He has been everywhere, from Swinging London's rough and tumble underground to a global career that consistently gives new meaning to the phrase Blue Eyed Soul.