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Episode 52:
Cee Lo Green





LFDH Nu-Soul Revue Tour


Been watching the show for a year now and I really enjoyed all the performances. But what happened to all the missing episodes?
- posted by TioDavid - May 7, 2014
Only just discovered the site...............and lovin' it. Thanks to all - and this show is, wow! Thanks
- posted by lardy - March 20, 2014
Daryl, I love all your guest musicians & Cee Lo is FABULOUS!I am soo glad you are back on the air & look forward to more great gigs with new guests! Not to mention you still look handsome after all these years!
- posted by serena - February 10, 2014
I keep thinking I've seen the 'best episode' of LFDH but I am constantly reminded that it's basically an impossible statement to stand behind! There are so many great episodes. Sharon Cole was amazing as was Jason Mraz, Patrick Monahan, many other of course. This morning while grinding through an early morning weekend desk clearing in my office, I was amazed and uplifted to hear the Cee Lo Green episode. This collaboration was genius. Your team is super fantastic and your guests always seem to be the perfect fit. -Jeff
- posted by jeffhpi - December 14, 2013
I'm so happy I stumbled on this site. I know the show with CeeLo is long over but I just saw it a couple months ago. I have it saved on my browser so I can see it anytime I want to. Love it so much! Am a huge fan of H and O and Daryl specifically and have been for more than 30 years. I love CeeLo also he is one of my new fav's in music and I think he's absolutely gorgeous! I have emailed The Voice several times about you and CeeLo singing "I Can't Go For That" on the show but of course no response. Wouldn't you like to do it? Please? Hopefully this can be set up for the next season he's on The Voice. I want this version, the "funky" version. It would be so great to show so many others how well you two work together. So much fun, thanks Daryl! Love it forever!
- posted by nagreste - November 29, 2013
 
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Cee Lo Green
The Atlanta-born Cee Lo Green (real name Thomas DeCarlo Callaway) first made his mark at 18 as a member of the Dirty South rap group Goodie Mob, part of a loose confederation of rappers known as the Dungeon Family which also included OutKast. He went on to appear on a track on Santana’s Grammy-winning Superenatural album with Lauryn Hill, “Do You Like the Way,” before releasing his debut solo album, Cee-Lo Green and His Perfect Imperfections, in 2002, followed by 2004’s Cee-Lo Green… Is the Soul Machine and 2010’s The Lady Killer. In 2007, he collaborated with producer Brian “Danger Mouse” Burton in Gnarls Barkley, with their debut album, St. Elsewhere, scoring two Grammys, including Best Alternative Music Album and Best Urban/Alternative Performance for “Crazy.” The duo also scored nominations for Best Album and Best Record of the Year. After seeing him perform on Saturday Night Live and the original Dutch version The Voice, producer Mark Burnett cast him as a judge on NBC’s U.S. music competition show, which has turned into a breakthrough hit. He’s currently working with his old pals in Goodie Mob (“For those who thought I lost my hip-hop chops, you are sadly mistaken,” he laughs) and recording a new solo album, Cee Lo Green is Everybody’s Brother.

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