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Groovin’, Part Two: Continuing the Conversation With Legendary Musician, Hitmaker and Free Speech Center Honoree Felix Cavaliere

In last month’s edition of the Pulse, we answered the perhaps-obvious question “who is Felix Cavaliere?” Some readers, no doubt, were already well acquainted with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member, whose voice, songwriting and keyboard playing remain a primary fingerprint on the music of 1960s hitmakers The Rascals (later, simply The Rascals).
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“Rascals” frontman Felix Cavaliere talks about new book

Before he was a Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Felix Cavaliere was a Pre-med student at Syracuse University, Class of 1964. Today, he’s known as “The King of Blue-eyed Soul,” and a music legend with four #1 hits to his credit with the Sixties sensations, The Rascals. The talented singer and keyboardist is also an accomplished music producer. And he’s just released his autobiography, “Memoir of a Rascal.”
SYRACUSE, NY
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INTERVIEW: Felix Cavaliere on his life as a Rascal

Photo: Felix Cavaliere’s new book is called Memoir of a Rascal. Photo courtesy of the artist / Provided by Leighton Media with permission. Born in the suburban towns around New York City, the members of the legendary rock band the Rascals built a songbook that became the soundtrack of a cultural moment in the late 1960s. They penned enduring songs that continue to play on radio stations in 2022 — tunes like “Groovin’,” “Good Lovin’,” “A Beautiful Morning,” “I’ve Been Lonely Too Long,” “People Got to Be Free” and “How Can I Be Sure.”
NEW YORK CITY, NY
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“Good Readin'”: Rascals singer/keyboardist Felix Cavaliere releasing memoir in March

Rascals singer, keyboardist and songwriter Felix Cavaliere will release his autobiography, aptly titled Memoir of a Rascal, on March 22. The book follows Cavaliere from his childhood in Pelham, New York, to his years with one of the world’s great blue-eyed soul groups, to the band’s induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and beyond.
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Felix Cavaliere Talks Palace Theatre Show 1/21/2022 Show

Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals return to the Palace Friday night, Felix talks about his new book and how happy he is to be back performing in front of audiences again. https://www.palacetheatre.org/calendar/an-evening-with-felix-cavalieres-rascals/. More New Hampshire in the Morning!. Thursday, January 13, 2022. Abby’s Joke: What Happens When You Eat Aluminum Foil?...
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