GFOS

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GFOSGoodwood Festival of Speed (UK)
GFOSGodfather of Soul (performer James Brown)
GFOSGreek Festival of Sydney (Sydney, Australia)
GFOSGrate Fires of Sussex (UK)
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If you need any further proof of their pulling power are the support acts that have included NERD and for the Cardiff leg of tours across Europe and the UK, the Godfather of Soul, James Brown.
It is a real rags-toriches tale as the self-styled Godfather of Soul becomes a legendary singer and an inspirational figure.
This Godfather of Soul became an influential figure.
Chadwick Boseman plays the Godfather of Soul who we first meet about to take the stage in front of a sold out audience before we flashback to his childhood growing up in a shack in rural Carolina.
Chadwick Boseman plays the Godfather of Soul on his journey from a shack in rural Carolina to superstar.
Stories that have never been told such as: Did you know that James Brown, The Godfather of Soul was offered over ten million dollars to convert to a certain religion?
Boseman has been cast to play the Godfather of Soul in a planned biopic by ''The Help'' director Tate Taylor.
But it was his work with godfather of Soul James Brown in the 1970s that established him as the world''s funkiest trombone player.
I still fondly recall a chat I had with him a few years back where he told me the most hilariously embarrassing story about hiding in the toilet to avoid meeting the formidable James Brown in the early '90s, much of which I didn't print for fear of being sued by the (then still alive and boogying) Godfather Of Soul.
Director Jeffrey Levy-Hinte ploughed through 450,000ft of film footage to find previously unseen footage of performers like BB King, Bill Withers and the Godfather of Soul himself - James Brown.
Pee Wee Ellis has worked with everyone from Van Morrison to Clare Teal, but is still best remembered as the man behind the sound of the Godfather of Soul, James Brown.
The Godfather of Soul won Grammy awards, recorded more than 110 charted singles and is credited for inventing funk and rap music.