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Was it a) KC And The Sunshine Band, b) Earth, Wind & Fire, or c) The Tornados?
LOUNGE MUSIC: Relax with the King of French Easy Listening, Franck Pourcel; SOFA SO GOOD: KC and the Sunshine Band enjoy the rare reflective moment; I REALLY NEED YOU TO LIGHT: Bonnie Tyler's holding out for a hero; WALK ON BY: But when it comes to overgrown shrubbery, Burt Bacharach just can't; LET'S (NOT) DANCE: Thin White Duke David Bowie would rather sit and think; LET'S LAY TOGETHER: Soul man Al Green takes the weight off after a hard night's crooning; TURNING JAPANESE: Far Eastern rockers Cibo Matto get the Sleeveface treatment; KID ROCK: Indie-rockers James keep it in the family courtesy of mum and son
And last, but certainly not least, Coffee Fest invites attendees and exhibitors to "Get Down Tonight" at a special reception featuring KC and the Sunshine Band! All 24 members of the band will rock the Exhibition Hall at Seattle Center on Saturday, October 29, 2005 exclusively for Coffee Fest Attendees.
Bounce, Rock, Skate, Roll Vaughan Mason Lovely Day Bill Withers If I Ain't Got You Alicia Keys Boogie Oogie Oogie A Taste of Honey I'm Your Boogie Man KC and the Sunshine Band Yeah!
An estimated 8,000 brokers attended the national Coldwell Banker convention in Orlando this year, where KC and The Sunshine Band provided music while celebrity shrink, Dr Phil McGraw, was a guest speaker.
If you are meeting in Orlando, Florida, and want that 70s sound, popular bands Kool and the Gang or KC and the Sunshine Band are obvious picks.
Their tongue-in-cheek worldview can be summed up by the lyrics to "Soy La Reina": "Dance / Everybody dance!" Personally, I'd rather fire up my old KC and the Sunshine Band or Chic LPs, uh-huh, uh-huh.
Other titles in the 40,000-strong haul include Wannabe by the Spice Girls, That's The Way (I Like It) by KC And The Sunshine Band and Why Do Fools Fall In Love?
"Boogie Man" by KC and the Sunshine Band and "If I Could Change the World" by Eric Clapton.
Among those slightly injured was American singer Anika Ellis-Mungin, a member of the KC and the Sunshine Band who is in the country for a concert on Wednesday.
Past performers include KC and the Sunshine Band, Blondie, Pat Benatar and the Go-Go's.
They each had an equal chance to show off what they do, though, and to give their opinion on Margaret Thatcher with a song each on the eve of her funeral, while their comment on Scottish Independence was funny – a harmonised chorus of KC and the Sunshine Band's Please Don't Go.
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