Samm Culley (Skullsnaps / Diplomats / Fatback and more)

May 27, 2019

Samm Culley’s career began as a keyboard player for Tiny Tim & The Hits where he met fellow singers Tom Price and Bill Collier.  The trio soon left Tiny Tim and along with Irvin Waters formed The Diplomats who went on onto record as the Skull Snaps.

You can hear his chat with Ady here:


The Skull Snaps have released 2 previously unheard cuts on Six Nine records.  You can get yours here, but you’d better hurry

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