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DAG is really a funk bar-band that earned a loyal following about their hometown of Raleigh, NEW YORK in the first ’90s. The original incarnation from the music group highlighted Bobby Patterson (lead vocals, bass), Brian Dennis (electric guitar, support vocals), Kenny Soule (drums, support vocals) and Doug Jervey (keyboardist). …

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The Righteous Brothers

They weren’t brothers, but Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield (both born in 1940) were most surely righteous, defining (as well as perhaps even inspiring) the word “blue-eyed soul” within the mid-’60s. The white Southern California duo had been a recognised journeyman doo wop/R&B take action before a link with Phil …

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The Royalettes

This Baltimore quartet was something of a connection between the lady group and “sweet soul” styles. Their harmonies had been clearly grounded within the early-’60s gal group approach. However they also benefited from pop-oriented, sometimes grandiose production on the MGM label, where they documented their most effective work. If indeed …

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Bill Medley

Best known because the Righteous Sibling using the high baritone, Expenses Medley was raised surrounded by music: his dad led a music group and played saxophone, even though his mom sang and played piano. Medley himself sang in his cathedral choir being a boy, using the glee membership in senior …

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