This US vocal duo, comprising Charles Pettigrew (b. Philadelphia, Pa, USA, d. 6 Apr 2001, Philadelphia, Pa, USA) and Eddie Chacon (b. Oakland, California, USA), 1st met on a fresh York subway teach. Chacon, allegedly, was clutching a duplicate of Marvin Gaye’s Problems Man, so the two of these struck up a discussion and later on started performing collectively. Chacon had developed in Oakland, California, where he is at a spirit music group, and later on shifted to Miami, Florida, where his documenting career continuing on projects using the Dirt Brothers and Daddy-O. Daddy-O created Chacon’s two single albums, both which remaining him feeling discouraged and determined to come back to the spirit music he previously known in his youngsters. Pettigrew, meanwhile, grew up in Philadelphia, and continued to review jazz vocals in the Berklee University Of Music in Boston, while also performing using the pop music group Down Avenue. Charles and Eddie liked a worldwide strike in 1992 with ‘Would I Lay FOR YOU?’ (the solitary topped the united kingdom charts), that was followed in early 1993 with ‘NYC (IS IT POSSIBLE TO Believe This Town?)’, in line with the story of the meeting. Both paths were on the debut Duophonic, that was made by Josh Deutsch and consisted primarily of original materials, notably Chacon’s ‘Dec 2’, a tribute to his sibling’s loss of life on that time. A second record, belatedly released 3 years afterwards, was a disappointingly bland collection, and after its discharge the duo split-up to focus on single projects. Pettigrew afterwards sang using the Tom Tom Membership on the 2000 set THE NICE The Poor The Ugly, but dropped his struggle with cancer the next April.