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ROSE ROYCE
Consisted of: Kenji Brown (guitar), Lequeint 'Duke' Jobe (bass), Victor Nix (keyboards), Kenny Copeland, Freddie Dunn (trumpets), Michael Moore (saxophone), Henry Garner,
and Terrai Santiel (drums)

 
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GWEN DICKEY 2016 SoulMusic.com Interview
In person interview conducted at Boisdale's, Canary Wharf, London, April 28, 2016. She is the voice behind a string of timeless soul and pop classics - Car Wash, I Wanna Get Next To You, Love Don't Live Here Anymore, Wishin' On A Star, Ooh Boy and I'm Goin' Down. As the lead singer of Rose Royce from 1975-1980, Gwen Dickey experienced unprecedented success with the legendary Norman Whitfield as her musical mentor. Since leaving the group in 1980, Gwen has forged a solo career that has inclu...
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Car Wash - UNSUNG
Car Wash- Unsung Episode Premiered August 5, 2015 on TV-One ...
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Rose Royce January 1977 Interview
With Norman Whitfield in the driving seat, the 10-piece outfit currently have two titles in the UK chart, both from the "Car Wash" movie. WI...
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Rose Royce February 1979 Interview
UNDOUBTEDLY, 1978 was The Year Of The Groups. Earth Wind & Fire, the Commodores and Rose Royce almost held a monopoly on the awards. Though slightly w...
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Rose Royce October 1977 Interview
It was as Total Concept that the Rose Royce combo came to London a few years ago. There followed a spell on the road with Yvonne Fair but now they'...
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Rose Royce September 1978 Interview
The band's three albums have all gone gold, and then platinum — some achievement! Percussionist Terry Santiel tells B&S of the debt they owe to the...
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 Rose Royce Classic 1978 Video
 Rose Royce - Unsung