The Bee Gees might have been the undisputed disco kings from the past due ’70s, but KC & sunlight Music group weren’t far behind. Through the middle- to past due ’70s, the multi-member and racially integrated group — led by bandleaders Harry Wayne “KC” Casey and Richard Finch — racked up a number of the era’s biggest, best dance strikes. Casey and Finch 1st fulfilled in 1972 while both had been utilized by TK Information in Miami, where among additional chores, Casey offered as an individual secretary and reservation agent for designer Timmy Thomas. KC & sunlight Band officially shaped in 1973, but a debut solitary, “Blow Your Whistle,” sunk from view upon release. It had been another Casey/Finch unique, 1974’s “Rock and roll YOUR CHILD,” that R&B designer George McCrae obtained popular with as KC & sunlight Band started issuing additional albums and singles, quickly rating big hits independently. From 1975, the group suffered an impressive operate of disco strikes: 1975’s “Obtain Down Tonight” and “That is the Method (I LOVE It),” 1976’s “Tremble Shake Tremble (Tremble Your Booty),” 1977’s “I’m Your Boogieman” and “Maintain It Comin’ Like,” 1978’s “Boogie Sneakers” (included on the monster-selling soundtrack towards the strike John Travolta disco film, Saturday Evening Fever), and 1979’s “WOULD YOU Wanna Move Party” and “DO NOT Move.” Despite gaining nine Grammy nominations (getting three honours) and offering millions of information, KC & sunlight Band had been still vunerable to the backlash that disco rings sensed by the dawn from the ’80s, ultimately resulting in dwindling sales as well as the group’s divide by the first ’80s (although KC have scored a moderate single strike in 1983 with “CEASE”). Arrive the ’90s, an understanding of everything ’70s swept over the U.S., which resulted in a renewed curiosity rings from the period, prompting KC & sunlight Music group to re-form for concert shows. That decade found the discharge of countless KC “strikes” collections and also an bout of VH1’s well-known Behind the Music series that examined the group’s good and the bad. Casey led a studio room record, 1993’s OK LAST ONE!, along with the concert record Get Straight down Live! predicated on tour schedules throughout North and SOUTH USA. The group continuing to appear over the oldies circuit, also showing up in the studio room for periodic albums such as for example 2001’s I’M GOING TO BE There for you personally, and 2007’s Yummy. In 2015, they shipped the tribute to ’60s pop music, Sense You! The 60’s.