When it comes to living legends in the Texas and Latin Music pantheon, few have been at it longer and are more revered by their fans and peers than vocalist, songwriter and bandleader Sunny Ozuna. Born and raised in San Antonio, where he still resides, Sunny became a star right out of high school in the late ‘50s and hasn't looked back in the six decades since. Among countless other honors and notable achievements, Sunny was the first Latino artist to appear on Dick Clark's American Bandstand (in 1963). His classic 45s regularly change hands for hundreds of dollars among collectors around the world, affirming his timeless appeal.
As a logical next step after Big Crown's excellent (and artist-approved) Mr. Brown Eyed Soul compilation, the label dug into the vaults of Sunny's Key-Loc Records label once again to unearth some more hard to find soul classics. On the undeniable Little Brown Eyed Soul, remastered with the original album art, The Sunliners are tight, the sound is honest, and the vocals are dusky and deep. More than ready to be discovered by a whole new generation of music fans, dive in and be ready for a permasmile, thanks to that patented Sunny and The Sunliners sound.