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Leroy Hutson

Perhaps one of the most underrated spirit producers from the ’70s, multi-talented manufacturer/vocalist/songwriter/instrumentalist Leroy Hutson began his profession in a variety of vocal groupings around his hometown of Newark, NJ, in the ’60s, but found his early achievement being a co-writer for Howard School roommate Donny Hathaway’s 1970 strike one …

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Lenny Williams

Although Lenny Williams has already established an extended solo career, he’s still best-known for his 3 years as the lead singer of Tower of Power, among the best funk/soul bands from the ’70s. But Williams was going after a solo profession before signing up for Tower of Power, and he …

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Ken-Y

The romantic vocalist in the Puerto Rican reggaeton duo RKM & Ken-Y, singer Ken-Y released his solo career following the group split in 2013. Blessed Kenny Vasquez, he became a member of José Nieves in 2003 and produced a group that could chart frequently, get a Grammy Prize nomination, and …

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Uncle Sam

The smoky urban soul singer THE GOVERNMENT agreed upon a high-profile deal with Stonecreek Reports, the label owned by Boyz II Guys, before his 1997 self-titled debut album. The one “IS IT POSSIBLE TO Feel It” do moderately well over the R&B charts.

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Jane Monheit

In the tender age of 20, NY vocalist Jane Monheit was the first runner-up in the 1998 Thelonious Monk Institute vocal competition, winning a $10,000 scholarship or grant to help expand her music education. Judges couldn’t precisely place her audio, which blended organic elegance having a powerful yet impressively managed …

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Euge Groove

Euge Groove — a pseudonym for saxophone journeyman Steve Grove — began using piano in the next grade and considered the saxophone in age nine or 10. His teacher provided him a traditional education over the device, which he continuing at the School of Miami’s College of Music, where he …

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Tyrese

R&B vocalist and acting professional Tyrese Gibson — known as Tyrese — began his profession at age 14, executing in local skill displays around his house in Los Angeles’ W section. His big break arrived when he starred inside a industrial for Coca-Cola, adopted soon in 1998 by his self-titled …

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Lutricia McNeal

American soul singer Lutricia McNeal discovered Western success in the past due ’90s having a string of club-friendly fresh jack swing-influenced hit singles. Created in Oklahoma Town in 1973, McNeal began performing in her preacher father’s cathedral choir before teaming up with Swedish dance companies Rob ‘n’ Raz to record …

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Etta James

Few feminine R&B famous actors enjoyed the type of constant acclaim Etta Wayne received within a career that spanned 6 decades; the celebrated maker Jerry Wexler once known as her “the best of all contemporary blues performers,” and she documented several enduring strikes, including “FINALLY,” “Inform Mama,” “I’d Rather Move …

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Tyrone Davis

The king of romantic Chicago soul, Tyrone Davis’ warm, aching vulnerability and stylish class made him especially favored by female soul fans throughout a lengthy hitmaking run that lasted through the entire ’70s. Most widely known for the classics “MAY I Transformation My Brain” and “REVERSE the Hands of your …

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