Wesley Bright Interview

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The website Cleveland.com features an interesting interview with Wesley Bright, whose recent output with 'The Honeytones' has been raising some ears...


Akron's sweet, honeymaking King of Soul: Wesley Bright talks about new music and his new band the Honeytones: Cleveland Sessions By Anne Nickoloff, cleveland.com 


First, he led Wesley Bright & the Hi-Lites to prominence with his dance-filled, energetic concerts that first kicked off in 2012. Now, he fronts Wesley Bright & the Honeytones, focused on creating looser-sounding music.

Last Friday, Oct. 19, the Honeytones released their debut single on Colemine Records, an Ohio-based label that's keeping soul and funk music vibrantly alive. The single includes two songs, "Happiness" and "You Don't Want Me," and it's just the start of what Bright says will be a fruitful partnership with...


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Thanks Mike for posting this.  I enjoyed reading it.

As you probably know, I’m a big fan of Mr Bright.

His vocals are so “organic”, it’s so funny that his singing career is second to his beekeeping!

Every so often you get someone like Sharon Jones or Wesley Bright come along.  Pure class.

I managed to bag two copies of the honey coloured 45, and so I’m very happy to have bought into this slice of soul history.

What a talent!

best wishes, Mark

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Bloody good this lot, that's another lp sold 🙂


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