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EBAN BROWN GUITARIST/VOCALIST/COMPOSER In 1991, Eban Brown became the lead vocalist for his idol artist group RAY, GOODMAN & BROWN (better known as The MOMENTS). Although Eban was originally chosen to sign on as the group's guitarist, instead, . The founding members thought his physical characteristics were too young at the time to take promotional photos for marketing, so he continued to perform with the group for two and a half years
HOMER T WILLIAMS Born May 4, 1971 music was a part of Homer’s life very early. At the age of 5 his talent for percussion was obvious, at nine becoming a member of the Wicomico Youth Orchestra the violin became the next in a series of instruments that Williams would make his own. A Master of sequential technology and a Flawless Performer, In The late 80's Williams served as an opening act for Teddy Pendergrass, The Stylists and The Dramatics.
CHAMPAIGN Champaign took its name from its home city of Champaign, IL, hitting the charts big-time with their 1981 debut album, How 'Bout Us. The title track was a Top 5 hit in the USA (R & B chart and in the U.K. Follow-ups included the Top Ten R&B hit "Try Again" and the R&B Top Ten hit "Off and On Love."
Muddy Waters, generally considered the "father of modern Chicago blues". He was a major inspiration for the British blues explosion in the and was ranked No. 17 in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.
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