*Grammy Award winning singer and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Sam Moore is tired of singing his 1967 hit “Soul Man,” the iconic R&B classic he recorded as part of the duo of Sam & Dave on Stax Records.
The song was written by the late Isaac Hayes. The 80 year old soul music singer told Chris Yandek of CYInterview how he feels about the hit:
“Tired, but it is what it is. You know, you can sing any song you want to sing, every time you look around, but you know at the end of the night, you gotta do the song. If not, people aren’t gonna leave.”
Sam Moore was recently at Phil Collins first concert in years on Miami Beach back on March 11th:
“This is his comeback I’ve been told and, you know, Phil and I have been friends for let’s just say, many moons. And to see him comeback and play, it’s an honor and a pleasure.”
You can HEAR the FULL interview with Sam Moore at CYInterview.com:
Sam Moore Primer via Wikipedia:
Samuel David Moore (born October 12, 1935) is an American Southern soul and R&B singer, musician, and songwriter, who was the tenor vocalist for the soul vocal duo Sam & Dave from 1961 to 1981. Sam Moore is a member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the Grammy Hall of Fame (for “Soul Man“), the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, and a Grammy Award and a multi-Gold Record award-winning recording artist. Sam & Dave were the most successful and critically acclaimed duo in soul music history. Moore has also achieved a distinguished 25-year career as a solo performing and recording artist. In 2008, based on a poll of other musicians, Rolling Stone named Sam Moore one of the 100 greatest singers of the rock era (1950s-2008).
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