If you decide to name a song after Clair Huxtable -- the matriarch of The Cosby Show
's Huxtable clan -- you're telling your audience a couple things about your sound. You're enmeshed in the vast depths of American culture. You've got a clever side. And you're willing to pay homage to those elements of art that helped birth you. And it takes one listen to Louis York
to grasp the rich legacy of American songwriting that helped shape them.
Louis York is Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony -- two songwriters responsible for some of the biggest radio hits of the last decade. But these two performers are ready to let their music shine for them, and we're happy to be on the ground floor of helping to introduce them to the world. They stopped by the offices yesterday to perform a gorgeous, stripped down session. And their soulful melodies and rich emotion left our jaws on the floor. Be sure to keep a look out for the session in the weeks ahead. But, until then, check out some of our photos from the performance and watch the video for "Clair Huxtable" below.