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Charlie Souza

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Genres  Rock and roll
Instruments  Bass, vocals

Website  charliesouza.com
Name  Charlie Souza
Charlie Souza
Born  January 24, 1948 (age 67) Tampa, Florida (1948-01-24)
Occupation(s)  musician, producer, writer
Associated acts  Mudcrutch, The New Rascals, The Tropics (band)
Role  Vocalist ยท charliesouza.com
Music groups  The Tropics (Since 1964), Cactus, Mudcrutch (1975)
Albums  Cactus, Cactus V, Cactology: The Cactus Collection, Fully Unleashed: The Live, Ultra Sonic Boogie: Live 1971
Similar People  Mike Pinera, Rusty Day, Tom Petty, Carmine Appice, Jeff Beck

June 10, 2015 - Charlie Souza... "The Tropics"


Charlie Souza is a bass player, vocalist, musician, writer and producer. He is best known for playing bass in Mudcrutch. He is married to Barbara Benischek Souza.

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Career

Souza toured with The New Rascals, featuring Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Dino Danelli and Gene Cornish of The Rascals, with Bill Pascali (formerly with the Vanilla Fudge 2001) from 2006 to 2011. In 2008, the group performed on a live video recording, New Rascals Reloaded with Eddie Brigati, and on a digital audio recording titled New Rascals LEGENDS covering songs of the Young Rascals (also known simply as the Rascals), such as Groovin' and Good Lovin'.

He also toured, collaborated and recorded with musicians including Tom Petty; Greg Allman; Bill Champlin of Chicago; Mike Pinera, Malcolm Jones and Joe Lala of Blues Image; Cactus; White Witch (band); Gale Force with producer Wayne Henderson (musician) of The Jazz Crusaders; Native American actor Floyd Red Crow Westerman; Santana keyboardist Leon Patillo; The Darrell Mansfield Christian Band; comedian Fred Willard, and The Tropics (band), a '60s pop group from Tampa, Florida, winning first place at the International Battle of the Bands in Chicago in 1966, which led to a Columbia Records recording played on Dick Clark's American Bandstand.

Souza's music has been released on Columbia, Atlantic, Polydor, Fantasy and Laurie Records. Fortress on Atlantic Records was an '80s melodic metal group with a release on Wounded Bird Records in 2008, Fortress "Hands in the Till".

Souza recorded his solo albums Live Your Dream and 9 Ball in the Corner Pocket, together with former Robin Trower drummer Bill Lordan, and Tropics guitarist Eric Turner of Fortress. These two CDs were recorded in Anaheim and Hollywood, California.

Souza's song Carry Me Back to St. Petersburg off the Livin' in Paradise CD, recorded by his band The New Tropics in Tampa Bay area studios, was voted the winner of the official city song contest.

References

Charlie Souza Wikipedia


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