Kool & the Gang Releasing New Album in 10 Years

Kool & the Gang was back in the studio and ready to add their discography that has remained stale in 10 years.


With the latest studio album dated back in 1996, jazz and soul funk group Kool & the Gang is aiming to release their album in almost years. A record titled "Still Kool" will hit the stores next month via New Door Records.

Only a few details are revealed so far with two cover songs among the tracks. The band will have their rendition of Christopher Cross' "Sailing" and Marvin Gaye's "What's Happening Brother". A new song will be there too under the title "Dave". It was reported a song inspired by classic sci-fi movie "A Space Oddysey".

This would be the first time the band recorded without co-founder and lead guitarist Claydes "Charles" Smith who died in June 2006.

The band meanwhile, has continued to tour relentlessly. The next gig they will be in is July 6 in Camp Verde, AZ. The tour will stretch up to November 16 in Tucson, AZ.

© AceShowbiz.com


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