Last year, Marcella Simien got a temporary new addition to her band, Spooner Oldham He's a keyboardist, songwriter, and producer who has worked with Chips Moman at American Studios in Memphis and FAME studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The studio produced hits like The Boxtops' "Cry Like A Baby" and Wilson Pickett's "Mustang Sally."
Oldham joined the Lovers at the Midtown-famous P&H Cafe to shoot a live video for Beale Street Caravan's I Listen To Memphis series. The song they performed was "I'd Rather Go Blind", a song Rock-and-Roll-Hall-Of-Fame-inductee Oldham first recorded with Etta James. Prepare to get smoky with this video, directed by Christian Walker and produced by Waheed Al Qawasmi.
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