The Soul Survivors

60s-70s US rnb group. Formed 1967. Disbanded 1974
The Soul Survivors
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The Soul Survivors

The Soul Survivors Biography (Wikipedia)

The Soul Survivors are an American, Philadelphia-based, Soul Music and R&B group, founded by New York natives Richie and Charlie Ingui along with Kenny Jeremiah. The Soul Survivors are known for their 1967 hit single "Expressway to Your Heart", which was the first hit by Philadelphia soul record producers and songwriters Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff. The Soul Survivors are still performing and recording new music and covers, most recently working with David Uosikkenen of The Hooters and his project "In The Pocket" which is paying tribute to the vast catalog of music created in Philadelphia.

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Expressway To Your Heart
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City of Brotherly Love
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