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Earth, Wind & Fire Performance & Interview On The Arsenio Hall Show 4.24.2014 [YouTube Videos]

Alicia Miller

by Alicia Miller

Published April 25, 2014

The mighty elements, Earth, Wind & Fire made an appearance on last night's episode of The Arsenio Hall Show. The masters of funk gave two amazing performances as only they could. They kicked things off with the hit song "Shining Star" from their 1975 album That's the Way of the World. Watch their groovy performance:

Earth, Wind & Fire "Shining Star" on The Arsenio Hall Show 4.24.2014

With the funky horns and Verdine killing it on the bass, you're instantly taken back to a wonderfully psychedelic time.

Check out the group closing out the show in an exclusive online encore below. They performed "September" from their album I Am. This horn-filled classic is guaranteed to get you in a funky mood and take you back to all those backyard family barbecues you went to as a kid.

Earth, Wind & Fire "September" Online Encore on The Arsenio Hall Show 4.24.2014

Verdine White, Philip Bailey, and Ralph Johnson sat down with Arsenio Hall to talk about the major impact their band has had on music over the past 45 years. During the interview, the trio pays tribute to the group's founder and lead songwriter in the early days, Maurice White. Arsenio even refers to him as "the black John Lennon." They also discuss Verdine's trailblazing fashion sense throughout the years and Ralph declares himself the wind of the group, Verdine is obviously the fire which leaves lead vocalist Philip Bailey to be the calm and stable earth. The interview ends with Arsenio Hall being deemed an honorary member of Earth, Wind & Fire! Check it out below.

Earth, Wind & Fire Interviewed by Arsenio Hall 4.24.2014

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Source: The Arsenio Hall Show YouTube Channel

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