Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band - Band Members

Band Members

  • Charles Wright - vocals, guitar, piano
  • Al McKay - guitar
  • Benorce Blackmon - guitar (replaced Al McKay)
  • Gabe Flemings - piano, trumpet
  • Melvin Dunlap - bass
  • James Gadson - drums
  • Big John Rayford - saxophone
  • Bill Cannon - saxophone
  • Ray Jackson - trombone

Read more about this topic:  Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band

Other articles related to "band, band member":

Hothouse Flowers - Career
... Maria Doyle Kennedy during a brain-storming by band-members and friends in the Trinity College Arts Block cafe) and began writing songs and ... Rolling Stone magazine called them "the best unsigned band in Europe" ... In 1986 Bono from the band U2, saw the Flowers performing on television and offered his support ...
Ted Weems - Biography
... While still in school at Lincoln, Weems organized a band there, initially providing some instruments himself ... His teacher offered young Ted and his band a penny each if they would play when the alarm sounded for fire drills ... Weems kept the monies of the band and in turn charged each band member a penny for membership ...
Gravity Kills - History - Superstarved, Doug Firley's Injury and Split-up (2002–2003)
... the bones in his right ring finger during the band's performance of their single "One Thing" ... The band returned home to St ... On January 4, 2003, the band officially broke up, a statement posted on the site reads as follows “ Your assumptions are true ...

Famous quotes containing the words members and/or band:

    The damned are in the abyss of Hell, as within a woeful city, where they suffer unspeakable torments, in all their senses and members, because as they have employed all their senses and their members in sinning, so shall they suffer in each of them the punishment due to sin.
    St. Francis De Sales (1567–1622)

    Firm, united, let us be,
    Rallying round our Liberty;
    As a band of brothers joined,
    Peace and safety we shall find.
    Joseph Hopkinson (1770–1842)