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GQ

A Bronx group that effectively combined East Coastline disco and Chicago spirit addresses with originals through the past due ’70s and early ’80s, GQ began as Sabu & the Survivors in 1968. Business lead vocalist Emmanuel Rahiem LeBlanc, Keith Crier, Natural herb Street, and Paul Assistance were original people, but …

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Genobia Jeter

Washington state indigenous Genobia Jeter’s origins in gospel music work a lot more deeply than most soul singers; she was the niece from the famous Rev. Julius Cheeks, and began her singing profession in his support choir. Jeter authorized with Savoy in 1980 and released three gospel albums over another …

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Dreamboy

Dreamboy was a mid-’80s R&B/funk music group signed to Quincy Jones’ Qwest label, written by Warner Bros. Its lineup was vocalist Jeff Stanton, guitarist Jeff Bass, keyboardist Jimi Hunt, and bassist and drummer George “Dewey” Twymon. The group was began at Oak Recreation area, MI’s Oak Recreation area SENIOR HIGH …

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Gene Page

Arranger Gene Page’s appealing orchestrations were a hallmark of million-selling strikes by Barry Light, various Motown works, Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams, Whitney Houston, Peaches & Natural herb, Kenny Rogers, the Righteous Brothers, Aretha Franklin, Elton John, the Whispers, Gladys Knight, and a slew of others. Web page arranged the …

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Chaka Khan

Most widely known in the mainstream on her behalf superb 1984 cover of Prince’s “PERSONALLY I THINK for you personally,” R&B vocalist Chaka Khan enjoyed single success aswell as popularity seeing that an associate of the group Rufus. Blessed Yvette Marie Stevens in Great Lakes, IL, on March 23, 1953, …

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Floyd Taylor

The son of Johnnie Taylor, Floyd Taylor alternated between older R&B and contemporary blues materials throughout his career being a recording artist and tireless performer. Blessed in Chicago, he emerged up as a history vocalist and periodic duet partner for his dad, executing with him in the middle-’70s until his …

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Graham Central Station

An exuberant mid-’70s funk group, Graham Central Train station made some good singles for Warner Bros. Previous Sly & the Family members Rock bassist Larry Graham renamed Warm Chocolate (not really the English group) Graham Central Train station after he relocated from generating the group to using it. The group …

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Fonzi Thornton

Given birth to Alfonso Thornton in NEW YORK, Fonzi Thornton became a history vocalist behind Luther Vandross. He toured the globe and can become heard within the singer’s platinum and platinum albums. He can also be heard performing history vocals on numerous produces including those by Chic. In 1983, Thornton …

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El DeBarge

Un DeBarge, known for his signature falsetto, was the lead singer from the ’80s R&B sibling group DeBarge throughout their profession, appearing for the strikes “ALL OF THIS Like,” “Like Me in a particular Method,” “Who’s Keeping Donna Today,” and “Tempo of the night time.” After departing the group in …

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Facts of Life

Millie Jackson credits close friends Keith Williams and Chuck Carter with teaching her how exactly to sing first of her music profession. She fulfilled Jean Davis (Tyrone Davis’ sister) on the highway; Jean was starting for Tyrone plus they became close friends. When insufficient time avoided Jackson from making individual …

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