Chuck Brown & The Soul Searchers
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Charles "Chuck" Louis Brown (August 22, 1936 – May 16, 2012) was an American guitarist and singer who is affectionately called "the Godfather of Go-go ". [ 1 ] Go-go is a subgenre of funk music developed in and around Washington, D.C. in the mid and late 1970s.
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Washington, DC’s streets can be a parallel universe, where disco and soul didn’t evolve into rap, and then pop, where live music is still the thing—where kids save up for congas and guitars instead of turntables.
Chuck Brown is on his way to work. He's not performing his beloved go-go music today, but his duties are a kind of extension of his regular gig. In the spring of 2008, Brown is among the local celebrities who have agreed to visit D.C. schools and deliver pep talks for students to do their best on upcoming tests.
Chuck Brown And The Soul Searchers comprised of: Chuck Brown (b. 22nd August 1936, Gaston, North Carolina, U.S.A. d. 16th May 2012, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.) John Buchanan (trombone, vocals) Donald Tillery (trumpet, vocals) Leroy Fleming (saxophone, flute, timbales) Le Ron Young (guitar) Chris Johnson (organ) Skip Fennell (keyboards) Jerry 'Wildman' Wilder (bass) Ricardo 'Tricky Sugar' Wellman (drums) and Gregory 'Bright Moments' Gerran (congas, percussion).