soul http://wknofm.org en After Plane Crash, Stroke, Bar Kays’ Ben Cauley Still Fingering Soul http://wknofm.org/post/after-plane-crash-stroke-bar-kays-ben-cauley-still-fingering-soul <p></p><p>Bar-Kays’ trumpet player Ben Cauley celebrated his 65th birthday this year, and he has much to celebrate. Cauley was the sole survivor of the plane crash that claimed the lives of Otis Redding and four band members of the Bar-Kays outside of Madison, Wisconsin, on December 10, 1967. With resilience and an undeniable exuberance for music, Cauley continued his career, in spite of a number of hurdles, including a massive stroke.&nbsp;</p> Mon, 10 Dec 2012 12:00:00 +0000 Sara Hoover 23903 at http://wknofm.org After Plane Crash, Stroke, Bar Kays’ Ben Cauley Still Fingering Soul Changing Names And Changing Times http://wknofm.org/post/changing-names-and-changing-times <p><span lang="EN">Flush with the success of their first top-ten single, &ldquo;Gee Whiz&rdquo; by Carla Thomas, the focus of Jim Stewart and the folks at Satellite Records was on cashing in with a follow-up album. Carla was off attending Tennessee State, so there was much back-and-forth between Memphis and Nashville as Carla learned to juggle Freshman English 1010 with a non-credit hands-on lab in applied pop star studies. Tue, 10 Jan 2012 13:35:30 +0000 Rob Grayson 6728 at http://wknofm.org Changing Names And Changing Times