UPDATED / CORRECTION: There are three versions of the song Whole Lotta You In Me by the Chestnut Brothers - all sensational!
- The original is a R&B / Jazz song featuring the late great Grover Washingon, Jr. -
The Chestnut Brothers reintroduced the song in two versions for the RetroSoul album -
Grown & Sexy and Slammalicous remix - again taking the world by storm!
LISTEN & ENJOY ALL THREE!
This talented twosome have used their God-given singing, songwriting and production gifts to uplift the masses. Since becoming actively involved with the international peace movement, they have attained a passion for social change.
The Chestnut Brothers (Al and Ty) were born in Columbia, South Carolina and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They have entertained audiences in major U.S. cities, and throughout the United Kingdom, Europe and the Middle East.
Through the years, they have been privileged to perform and record with a vast array of artists, such as, Luther Vandross, Grover Washington, Jr., Najee, The Oak Ridge Boys, Harry Connick, Jr., Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, The Trammps, Billy Paul, Phil Perry, L.L. Cool J, Cheap Trick and Pete Seeger, to name a few.
Some of their most notable performances are: Hard Rock Café grand opening, Presidential Summit, Inaugural Marian Anderson Humanitarian Award Gala (honoring Harry Belafonte) and Benefit Concert for National Union Of The Homeless, all in Philadelphia; 1996 Centennial Olympic Games festivities and the Heritage Festival, both, in Atlanta; Lincoln Theater, Washington, D.C.; Total Experience, Los Angeles; High Desert Music Festival, Adelanto, CA; Southeast Music Conference, Miami; Gasparilla Festival, Tampa; NOBLE (National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives) Awards Ceremony at Resorts Hotel & Casino, Atlantic City; Jazz Café, London; Barnaby Joe’s Café & the Diplomat Hotel, Bahrain; Parliament Jazz Club, Cyprus; Mojo & Q Jazz Bar, Istanbul.
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