Founder and voice of the legendary Rascals, Felix Cavaliere began his love affair with music early. From his introduction to the piano at age 6 Felix knew that he wanted to be a musician. His early experiences, including a passion for the music of Ray Charles, led him to form his first band in his early teens where he discovered the Hammond organ and began developing his “signature sound.” The Rascals ruled the airwaves during the late 60’s with hits like “Good Lovin’,” “Groovin’,” “A Girl Like You,” “A Beautiful Morning,” and “People Got to Be Free,” as they evolved from blue-eyed soul (a term coined to describe them) to pop psychedelia and jazz fusion. After the group disbanded Felix continued to record, releasing solo CD’s working with artists like Todd Rundgren, Leslie West and Luther Vandross. In 1997 Felix and The Rascals were inducted into The Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame. Today Felix continues to tour and his love of music is alive and well.