Episode 52:
Cee Lo Green


WOW...Cee Lo was awesome....
- posted by mcsgonzo - July 10, 2022
This show is awesome and this episode is particularly smashing!!! You can cut the mojo with a knife. Thank you Daryl and the boys, love ya.
- posted by JudeReier - March 18, 2021
I gotta have all of this!!! Why didn't I find this sooner!
- posted by Walter3951 - February 5, 2021
Even though ALL of the episodes of LFDH are amazing......this one is my favorite!!! I have and will continue to watch it many many times !!! Just amazing. Thanks so very much Daryl and Co.for your show, and for making my life so much better because of it!!! LOVE!!
- posted by Dtbriskin - October 18, 2020
Who are the musicians? Would love to know who's on Bass, Drums and Lead Guitar. The Lead Guitar player is great. I know who Daryl Hall is, and Cee-lo. Great sessions. Keeping me sane during CoVid lock down. Thank You - Bless You
- posted by Pratibha - July 26, 2020
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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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