Established Artist

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Cameo

Biography Cameo is a funk group that was formed in 1974 in New York City, New York, United States. The band’s lineup has constantly fluctuated since its formation, with the only constant being singer-songwriter Larry Blackmon, yet they continue to tour to this day. An outlandish, in-your-face stage presence, a strange sense of humor, and …

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Corney Mims

Corney Mims & The Knowitallz

                   Cornelius C. Mims   Producer/Songwriter/Musician and Musical Director Cornelius “Corney” Mims has performed live, in studio, and on television with well-known artists throughout the music industry. His list of credits reads like a who’s who of the music industry’s elite. Names like Michael Jackson, Kenny Loggins, …

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Dazz Band

Dazz Band   The Cleveland-based Kinsman Dazz Band was one of the more popular funk groups of the early ’70s. Michael Calhound formed the group in the early ’70s, merging two Cleveland funk bands, Bell Telefunk and Mother Braintree. Guitarist Mike Calhoun’s concept for the group was “danceable jazz”; he shortened the description to “dazz” …

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Donald Bell

Donald Bell

“Donald Bell” AKA Donnie B VocalistsongwriterProducer Born in Los Angeles but raised in Watts, California. The youngest of six children, Donald Bell began singing at the tender age of eight, even then showing a vocal presence beyond his years. Raised in the church and part of a musical family, Donald developed a strong spiritual base …

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Klymaxx – Feat. Cheryl Cooley

  The R&B all female funk band KLYMAXX is KLYMAXXTIC! Still going strong their music is a staple on the radio and in dance clubs around the world. Belting out hits like, “The Men All Pause” and “Meeting in the Ladies Room” the group’s name is synonymous with classic women’s anthems. Their beautiful ballad, “I …

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Mekiel Ruben

Mekiel Ruben

Mekiel Reuben musician / producer / composer The Chicago born native became interested in music at the early age of eight when his mom gave him a guitar for Christmas. At the age of 15 he began studying music and woodwinds under Louis Gray, high school band director (Crane HS). . His first performance was …

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One Way

  One Way                      One Way was an American R&B and funk band that was popular in the late 1970s, and throughout most of the 1980s, led by singer Al Hudson. The group’s most successful record was “Cutie Pie“, which reached no.4 on the Billboard Soul …

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Rick James’ Original Stone City Band

    AKA, The Bad Boys of Funk LAS VEGAS, NV – They are called “The Bad Boys of Funk” by their industry peers because of their distinctive signature sound. Hailing from Buffalo, New York their brand of Funk ruled the airwaves from 1978 until early 90’s.The band enjoyed tremendous success as the late “King of Punk Funk” …

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Sly Slick Wickied

Sly Slick Wickied       For over twenty years, fans have been searching for any recording by one of the biggest underground soul oldies groups, “Sly Slick and Wicked”. And, what kicked off this extremely large following of soul enthusiasts was a song recorded in 1972 entitled, “Confessin’ A Feeling” recorded by a group …

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SOS Band

    This is The band was founded in Atlanta, Georgia in 1977. The original group members included Willie “Sonny” Killebrew (saxophone), Billy Ellis (flute), Jason “T.C.” Bryant (keyboards), Bruno Speight (guitar), John Simpson (bass), James Earl Jones III (drums), and Mary Davis (lead vocals, keyboards).[1][2] It was originally known as Santa Monica,[3] but later …

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The Deele

One of the most influential bands in the world of R&B and Pop music is international multi-platinum recording act The Deele. Original members being Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, Antonio “L.A.” Reid, Carlos “Satin” Greene, Stanley “Dee” Bristol, Stanley “Sticq” Burke, and Kevin “Kayo” Roberson. In addition to their success as a band, The Deele has also …

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The Manhattans

Taking their name from the popular mixed drink, The Manhattans began their legendary musical journey. After placing third in a competition at the Amateur Night at the Apollo Theater, their undeniable musical star power earned them their first recording contract. Joe Evans, a former Motown musician, who had started Carnival Records eagerly signed The Manhattans. …

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Vernon Neilly

Boosweet Records Recording Artist Award Winning Guitarist/Producer/Actor Vernon Neilly was 10 when he started playing guitars, and was just 14 when he started playing in his first real performing professional band in Honolulu Hawaii. Vernon at 19 years old got a job working at the #1 radio station in South Florida WEDR (99Jamz) as an …

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Young Hearts

Young Hearts

    The Younghearts line-up changed over the years, however the high standard of their musical output endured throughout the late Sixties and Seventies. The Younghearts were, originally formed at Dorsey High School in Los Angeles in 1961, by Bobby Sanders and Charles Ingersoll. Dorsey High School was attended at the same time by the …

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