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Soul Kinda Wonderful             D R I F T E R S  T R I B U T E

Soul Kinda Wonderful celebrates the music of this splendid era, including the songs of Ben E King, The Temptations, The Drifters, The Four Tops plus many, many more... in fact the group takes their name the from the classic hit ‘Some Kinda Wonderful’.
This fabulous group, formed over a decade ago, relights the magic of that splendid period in music breathing new life into those fabulous songs such as Saturday Night at the Movies, Under the Boardwalk, Spanish Harlem, My Girl, You're More Than a Number in my Little Red Book, Stand by Me, Up on the Roof, Save the Last Dance for Me, Kissing in the Back Row of the Movies, I Can’t Help Myself, Build me up Buttercup, Like Sister and Brother, Come on Over to my Place, plus many many more great Soul and Motown Classic hits.
Richie Sampson has performed alongside former stars of the legendary  Drifters such as Ray Lewis, Billy Lewis, Roy G Hemmings, Peter Lamar,
Butch Leake and was also frontman for the fabulous British soul group The Foundations. The current line-up of ‘Soul Kinda Wonderful’ includes Paul Anthony and Roy Bailey who were apart of the original Ray Lewis group back in the late nineties who toured worldwide. The group is joined by Victor Alexander who performed for Soul Giant Johnny Johnson and The Vagabonds and for the irrepressible Mark Morrison who penned the number 1 worldwide hit ‘Return of the Mack’.

Soul Kinda Wonderful are music award winners: They were voted the Official No. 1 tribute to The Drifters in 2013 at the NTA Awards held by the
Agents Association of Great Britain who selected them on the basis that “their performance and star quality is the nearest to the real thing we have seen”.