Felix Cavaliere is a member of a half-dozen Halls of Fame, including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Grammy Hall of Fame.
He’s the founder, keyboardist and vocalist for the ’60s supergroup The Rascals, who recorded hits like “Good Loving,” “I Ain’t Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore,” “Beautiful Morning,” “Groovin'” and many more. After 50 years in the business, he is still going strong and making great music.
After so many years in the business, Felix tells us why he still loves performing, even if the touring is harder than it used to be.
He shares memories of the group’s incredible career, including how Otis Redding teased them about being a white soul group.
Click here to visit his website to find out how you can catch a Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals show.