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The BusBoys

The BusBoys were a Los Angeles-based rock & roll music group comprised of five African-Americans along with a Hispanic who played satirically upon their ethnic origins in songs with titles like “There Goes a nearby.” These were produced in the past due ’70s using a lineup of brothers Brian O’Neal (keyboards, vocals) and Kevin O’Neal (bass, vocals), Gus Louderman (vocals), Mike Jones (keyboards, vocals), Victor Johnson (electric guitar), and Steve Felix (drums). Essentially a novelty action, they even so impressed listeners making use of their full of energy bar band rock and roll. They reached their top of national publicity when they made an appearance within the 1982 Eddie Murphy film 48 Hrs. Their two Arista albums reached the graphs, as do the 1984 one “Cleanin’ Up the city,” that was featured within the film Ghostbusters.

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