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Planet Groove

Globe Groove is a five-piece located in Rhode Isle that crafts a funk/jazz-rock audio using a Latin taste. The band started in 1995, playing the brand new England club picture with a variety of classic addresses (Ruler Crimson, Mls Davis) and originals. The music group released 3rd party albums locally, …

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Kelly Bell

Fronted by an imposingly large, dreadlocked singer, the Kelly Bell Group secured a location as the Baltimore area’s top live party group by the finish from the 1990s. Produced in 1995 within a town with no significantly less than eight schools or colleges, Bell’s good-time mixture of rock and roll …

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Johnnie Wilder, Jr.

Johnnie Wilder, Jr., led the disco group Heatwave, which in 1977 released the dancefloor traditional “Boogie Evenings.” Despite an automobile crash that still left him paralyzed in the neck of the guitar down, he afterwards pursued a single career singing modern gospel music. Delivered July 3, 1949, in Dayton, OH, …

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Rudy Love

Rudy Like & the Like Family members were a sibling group headed by older sibling Rudy. Over time, non-siblings performed beneath the name, but Rudy continued to be the driving drive; Love Family bloodstream associates are Bob, Gerald, Peggy, Denise, and Shirley. Rudy was created Sept 15, 1948, in Oklahoma …

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Miami

Songwriter Willie Clarke, more noted for his songwriting with Clarence Reid, created this self-contained music group around vocalist Robert Moore; the various other players had been Freddie Scott (drums), Warren Thompson (electric guitar), Andrew Curran (electric guitar), Bobby Williams (body organ), Willie Jackson (bass), George Perry (bass), and Clarke (percussions). …

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Neutrons

An offshoot from the psychedelic guitar-rock outfit Man, this music group released two middle-’70s albums which were slightly even more odd. Phil Ryan and can Youatt were area of the 1972-1973 lineup of Guy, so when Deke Leonard came back to that music group, Ryan and Youatt became popular to …

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Willie & the Mighty Magnificents

Willie & the Mighty Magnificents were a fresh Jersey-based funk ensemble led by guitarist/vocalist Willie Feaster, who recorded for Joe and Sylvia Robinson’s All Platinum label family members. Initially finished by bassist/keyboardist Val Burke and drummer Arnold Ramsey, the group experienced a harder, deeper, even more Southern-tinged sound compared to …

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Sins of Satan

A self-contained spirit/funk music group from Detroit whose lineup featured Lester Williams (business lead vocals and acoustic guitar), John Brooks (business lead vocals, congas, and percussion), Jerome Barnes (background vocals and acoustic guitar), Robin Gentry (vocals, bass, and precession), and Jess Godfrey (vocals and drums). A 1976 launch on Buddah …

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Nytro

Influenced with the Bar-Kays as well as the Ohio Players, Nytro was an obscure funk/soul group that caused producer/songwriter Norman Whitfield in the past due ’70s. Whitfield, who have scored major hits for everybody from Edwin Starr to Rose Royce, was known for getting the Midas contact in the past. …

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Sunbear

Vocalist/drummer Arnie Oliver, aka Ahaguna G. Sunlight, and vocalist/guitarist Werner “Carry” Schuchner comprised Sunbear, a little-known spirit/funk vocal duo that documented in LA in 1977. Globe, Wind & Open fire was much impact on Sunbear, and there have been also tips of Tower of Power and Un Chicano within their …

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