Bernard Edwards, Rogers, Norma Jean discussed on Wheels

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Bernard Edwards was just the kid from Greenville, North Carolina, although when he was born, his family moved to Brooklyn. He was a person who just felt music from the day was born. And in the early seventies, Edwards was one of the best young bass players in New York City, and that's when he first met now, Rogers The two formed the Big Apple band and stayed together for four years. But when that ran its course in 1976. Edwards and Rogers asked drummer Tony Thompson and singer Norma Jean right to join them, and the rest is music history. She could been born on the music got better simply because Edwards and Roger's understood music production brilliantly and their instrumental arrangements of their disco songs elevated the art Of what music production was supposed to be. Cheek actually had their first hit with Dan Stand stance and 77. Followed by their first number one hit with Love Freak I want Your Love.

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