We got to interview Singer/songwriter Bruce Blackman, who was born in Greenville, Mississippi. He attended Mississippi State University. In the 1960s he formed the band, Eternity’s Children, which had a top 100 hit with Mrs. Bluebird in 1968 and appeared on American Bandstand.
He left the group and moved to Atlanta in 1969. In 1974, he joined a group called “Extravanganza” with Bo Wagner, vocalist Elgin Wells, keyboardist Sloan Hayes, drummer David Snavely and bassist Jimmy Cobb.
In 1975, Private Stock Records, a New York City company, signed his group Starbuck to a single deal for Moonlight Feels Right, (written by multi-talented vocalist / keyboardist / producer Bruce Blackman). It rose to the top of the national and international charts, selling over 3 million copies. Everybody Be Dancin’ was also a top chart song.
Blackman serves as CEO of his own music publishing and production companies and is producing an album project with his daughter Sarah and several other artists, now Atlanta-based.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nowseehearBAM/support
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