Over the years, I’ve heard a lot of truth from Eugene Snowden, widely considered to be the area’s greatest soul dealer whose wall in Orlando’s hall of fame is already guaranteed. Even amid a sprawling band like the most deluxe versions of the Legendary JC’s, the man is a blinding beacon of voice and presence. So it was long overdue for me to catch him up close and personal at Ten Pints of Truth, his weekly residency at Lil Indie’s (Dec. 10).
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