The Commodores co-founder and lead guitarist Thomas McClary was with the band for 15 years, after forming in 1968. The band was nominated for 8 Grammy awards, during his stint. In 2003 , they were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame. After leaving the group, Thomas signed a solo contract with Motown releasing an album with a Billboard R&B charting tune. In recent years, he's performed with several members of his talented family and released A Revolution Not A Revival in 2008. His latest single is titled Do It, with great undertones of his days with the Commodores. Award-winning program director Ray White, catches up with Thomas in June of 2018 and talked with him about the startup of the Commodores, their heyday, and the high energy music he performs today. Our dynamo hostess, Lisa Davis, features the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers' The O'Jays in our showcase segment. They're still going strong with their latest single I Got You! Coool CAT - "Where Old School Is New School...Again"! Check us out!!