KC & The Sunshine Band Recording Being Released on The Midnight Special Collector’s Edition
LATE NIGHT’S ORIGINAL ROCK N’ ROLL SHOW IS BACK!
The Midnight Special was a night owl’s way of seeing the best musical acts in the wee hours during the ’70s and before the arrival of MTV. The show had an amazing line up of bands and singers. Now many of the glorious moments are coming out on a massive 11 DVD set in September. The Midnight Special Collector’s Edition should thrill fans of ’70s rock and pop. They’re going to offer three different versions of the set. Here’s the details from StarVista Enter Read More
Still Getting Down-Dan Condon @music.com.au Interview
KC & The Sunshine Band’s Harry Casey tells Dan Condon he’s thrilled his band’s music lives on, in spite of others trying to bring the music down. Read More
KCSB Wows The Crowds at Bluesfest 2014 Down Under
KC and The Sunshine Band recently performed at the 2014 Bluesfest in Australia. 2014 marks the Silver Anniversary of this event. Here are some of the rave reviews of this tour along with a slideshow of their performance: Read More
Performing on 17th - 20th April 2014 @ Tyagarah Tea Farm, Byron Bay
When KC And The Sunshine Band tells 5,000 people to clap their hands, they clap their hands. The Crossroads tent is transformed into a 70s discothčque as songs like ‘Rock Me Baby’ and ‘That’s The Way (I Like It)’ ring out. Read More
KC & THE SUNSHINE BAND, WAR
KC & THE SUNSHINE BAND, WAR
18 April, 2014
There’s an online quiz you can take to determine if you are a music snob. They ask if you ever bought tickets to a reunion show even though you kind of knew it would be disappointing. The cost of admission tonight comes with those very feelings of trepidation. Read More
KC & the Sunshine Band review: that's the way they like it
Hamer Hall, April 18
Never underestimate the power of a quality mirror ball. Delirium was instant when that massive explosion of spinning sparkles transformed Hamer Hall into boogie wonderland for the return of Harry Casey and his Sunshine franchise.
One by one they swaggered on stage, each more funky than the next guy, to strike a haughty pose in the spotlights and escalating house-disco fanfare. While few looked old enough to remember the '70s well, these cats meant business. Dancing girls came next: Read More
[Live Review] BLUESFEST 2014
When Monday rolled around, the perfect show to snap out of any growing weariness was found with KC and the Sunshine Band. Until then I had been missing that real cut loose dance your booty off performance. With a crazy stage show of dancers and a faultless musical performance they had everyone up and moving to the sounds of dance party favourites ‘(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake your Booty’, ‘Get Down Tonight’ and ‘That’s the Way (I like it)’; it was an infectious feel good affair. Read More
Bluesfest Byron @ Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm Review
Monday afternoon at Bluesfest (or should I say Funkfest) saw ‘70s disco-funk group KC And The Sunshine Band play huge hits such as ‘That’s The Way (I Like It)’, ‘Shake, Shake, Shake (Shake Your Booty)’, and ‘Get Down Tonight’. They had groovy dancers moving and doing acrobatics all over the stage – it seemed like there was a bit of sexual tension between them and lead singer Harry ‘KC’ Wayne Casey, which was a bit funny to watch. Overall the sound was impeccable, and their performance was flawless. Read More
Video-KC and The Sunshine Band performs
The 70's disco hit makers perform 'Please Don't Go' on The Morning Show ahead of their tour in Sydney this week. Read More
Breakfast- with Spencer Howson-KC Interview-Audio
Harry Casey (KC from KC and the Sunshine Band)
07 April 2014 , 8:26 AM by Spencer Howson
KC and the Sunshine Band are performing in Brisbane next week, at The Tivoli on Saturday 19th April. Theyr'e also playing Bluesfest at Byron Bay.
The KC comes from founder Harry Casey. Sunshine refers to Florida, the Sunshine State.
So who dubbed Casey "KC" and what does he know of our Sunshine State? Plenty as Spencer discovered this morning Read More