Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought (Jamming with KC and the Sunshine band this past Friday in Atlantic City)

I was performing down at the Hard Rock Cafe this past weekend. I am usually there most weekends. One time when I was there we had a guest celebrity jam in with us (That was Rick Springfield who did the song “Jesse’s girl”). Well, this particular time I was singing a Barry White song… (“Can’t get enough of your love”) and next thing I knew I was hearing background noises. I looked to my right and saw KC singing with me. I had not seen any pictures of him in a long while. His hair was darker (if that was his real hair) and he was a little bit heavier than what I remembered.  Still, it was cool that he decided to come up on my song. When we finished I went into the bass line for  “Do you wanna go party?” which was one of the songs he sang. He joined in with us and we did the entire tune. It was fun. KC and the Sunshine band were the headliners for the Hard Rock and they decided to join us after they were finished. At one point we had a “ton” of musicians (especially horn players) onstage with us. Their whole group came up (except for their bass player, who decided he just wanted to chill and let me play… I had a nice chat with him afterwards). It was a cool time and now I can add KC and the Sunshine band to my musical repertoire/ resume. For those of you who don’t know, He also had hit songs like “Get down tonight, Get lifted, Keep it coming love, That’s the way I like it, and I’m your boogie man. It was a fun evening, and I hope you don’t mind me sharing the experience with you. Thank you for checking out my Daily Thought and as always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.

KC is the one in the center playing percussion on this song. He is wearing black and hit the percussion with a stick. His singer Maria is the one to the left of him. You can see glimpses of me on the right in the back. Other members of the Sunshine band are with us onstage.

 

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