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Found One Soul Singer Robert "Sonny" Green

 

January 14, 2021

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Robert "Sonny Green

Robert "Sonny" Green was born in Monroe Louisiana in October 1941. At the age of eighteen the vocalist was hired by saxophonist Big Jay McNeely who had a 1959 hit single "There is Something on Your Mind" sung by Little Sonny Warner. As Warner's replacement Green was dubbed "Sonny" to make people think he was the original. Later, while on tour with Tyrone Davis, Green relocated to Texas, and then to Los Angeles. In the late 1960's and early 70's. This is Green's debut solo album produced, recorded, mixed and mastered by guitarist Kid Anderson at his Greaseland Studio. Green who has been call...



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