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CeeLo Green, Little Richard: All About Dressing With Style

The multiple GRAMMY winner interviewed the Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, in this segment, about costumes that have flair, color and shine.

In 2013 at the Atlanta Chapter's Legacy Lounge, CeeLo Green interviewed 1993 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Little Richard, one of the fathers of modern rock's beat. The conversation in this first segment centered on dressing with style, the influence of Atlanta's Billy Wright, and Little Richard's ultimate influence on Liberace switching from tuxedos to dressing with flair. In addition to discovering James Brown, he reminisced, "Jimi Hendrix was my guitarist at the age of 18-years-old, and Billy Preston played piano for me when he was 13, going on 14. I took him to England, that's where he met the Beatles."

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