Paul Kelly\'s remarkable new 11-song album "Spring and Fall" -- his 19th studio album and first collection of new material in five years -- ranks with the seminal Australian singer-songwriter\\\'s most memorable and resonant work, demonstrating why he\\\'s virtually a national hero in his home country and one of the most celebrated songwriters on the planet.
KaiL Baxley grew up in the small backwater town of Williston, South Carolina, the birthplace and stomping grounds of the late great soul legend James Brown, with whom KaiL shared an unlikely friendship as a child. “Yeah, James used to say, \'Boy you bein\' good?\' I’d say, \'Yes sir.\' He’d say, \'You know you doin\' wrong! Nah, show me your moves lil’ man!\' And we’d have a little dance off. I’m pretty sure he always won, ha, ha. There’s something about the groove of James Brown that has always stayed with me.”