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Butch Kennedy photo archives.

Butch Kennedy of Charleston, South Carolina wrote in last August and revealed his amazing connections to Moe the Rooster, King Clyde Perkins, Lady Jam, and Midnight Blue, all of whom were previously profiled here at Carolina Soul:

“I just viewed your site I was wondering if moe the rooster is still alive. I just found out king clyde is no longer with us. My name is Butch Kennedy I was a DJ in the 70’s I was Mr. Boogie I worked with Lady Jam and was curious we used to play at Clydes Celestial !! all the time I also played with Midnight Blue from 1972 until 1976 thanks for the memories.”

Since then, Butch has gradually made his way through his photo albums, sharing with us these priceless images of himself and Lady Jam:

Thank you!



Sunday Gospel, #5

Today’s recommended listening material, the Gospel Stars No. 2 of Charleston Heights, South Carolina (“play” button located at bottom of post), from 1979.

While we’re on the topic, might these be the Gospel Stars (No. 1)?

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“Judgement Day” by the Gospel Stars No. 2

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