SouthBound: Anthony Hamilton On Reshaping His Sound And Raising His Kids In This Troubled Summer
Anthony Hamilton, the Grammy-winning singer and songwriter from Charlotte, has spent his career working a fertile patch of rhythm and blues.
Sometimes he makes old-school records that might remind you of Al Green or Bill Withers; other times he pairs his voice with hip-hop beats.
But this summer of death and protest on the streets has made him rethink his sound once again – and it has made him wonder about the best way to talk about it to his six sons.
Let's keep the conversation going. Who do you want to hear from next on the SouthBound podcast?
- His latest single, "Back Together" (featuring Rick James)
- His version of "Lean On Me" for a BET COVID-19 relief special
- His NPR Tiny Desk Concert
- His book, "Cornbread Fish 'N Collard Greens"
Music in this episode (all by Anthony Hamilton):
- "Ain't Nobody Worryin'"
- "For All We Know" (Donny Hathaway cover)
- "Best of Me"
- "The Point Of It All"
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