Supa Philly is a legendary band hailing from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Comprised of former members from renowned groups in the northeastern United States, Supa Philly has made a name for themselves with their engaging and informative music. Their latest release, “Percolate,” and the powerful message they aim to convey is ever present through the tone, music and lyrics. It’s rich with bold and inspiring energy.
A Rich Musical Journey
Supa Philly’s members have an impressive musical background. Some of them were recording artists on prestigious record labels such as Decca Records and Atlantic Records. They toured the country and performed alongside music legends like Bruce Springsteen, Lynyrd Skynyrd, James Taylor, the Monkees, and the Chambers Brothers. This wealth of experience has shaped the band’s unique sound and stage presence.
Reunions and Evolution
In 1980, Supa Philly went their separate ways, but they later reunited twice, first in 2014 and then again in 2021. Today, the band consists of four original members: David Christopher, Frank McDonnell, Randy Cantor, and Richard Sherwood. Joining them is the immensely talented female singer, Michele Ricco. Together, they bring a dynamic energy to the stage and studio, captivating audiences with their music.
“Percolate”: A Message of Unity
Supa Philly’s latest release, “Percolate,” carries an important political message. It was written as a response to the political discord in the US and the rest of the world. The song encourages listeners to embrace love instead of hate, spreading positivity and unity. With its catchy melody and thought-provoking lyrics, “Percolate” has struck a chord with fans and critics alike.
Recognition and Acclaim
“Look to the Sky – Philly Mix,” the band’s previous release, received significant radio airplay and garnered praise for its stunning arrangement and compelling vocals. The song, co-written by Randy Cantor, was inspired by a UFO sighting the band experienced on the Atlantic City Expressway. The inclusion of legendary R&B artists Charlene Holloway, Paula Holloway, and Annette Hardemann on backing vocals added a gospel quality that resonated with listeners.
Embracing Social Consciousness
Supa Philly’s new release, “Percolate,” is set to be featured on the “Music with a Conscience Series” of the Women of Substance Podcast. The band’s vocalists, Charlene Holloway, Paula Holloway, and Dawn Blandford, deliver powerful performances, complemented by the legendary guitar playing of Randy Bowland. This selection speaks to the song’s great lyrical content and its empowering message.
Supa Philly continues to make waves in the pop music industry, captivating audiences with their engaging and informative music. With their latest release, “Percolate,” they strive to spread love and unity in a world that needs it the most.
The pop music scene today is incredibly diverse and exciting. There are so many talented artists pushing the boundaries and creating unique sounds. Some of the biggest names in pop right now include Ariana Grande, Billie Eilish, Taylor Swift, and Dua Lipa. These artists have been dominating the charts with their catchy hooks and relatable lyrics. Additionally, pop music today is heavily influenced by other genres resulting in a fusion of different styles. The production quality has also improved significantly with the advancement of technology, making pop songs sound more polished and sonically pleasing. Supa Philly fits right into this time in music and they will be here to stay with songs like this.
Through their powerful messages and infectious melodies, Supa Philly is proving that music has the power to inspire change and create a better future.
Remember, always show your love… let it percolate!
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