Larry Anderson

LARRY ANDERSON 202-262-1590 Washington DC. Guitarist / Composer / Songwriter / Producer Education Eastern Senior High 1977 University of District of Columbia My Bio Guitarist Sounds of Destinations Band and Show 1975 – 1977 Guitarist / Songwriter / Background Singer Realistic II 1982 – 1988 Guitarist Union Temple Men’s Chorus 1991 – 1997 Guitarist […]

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Gary Spencer

Testimony I love the Lord and sincerely believe in making a joyful noise unto His holy name Objective To become an accomplished Music Director with emphasis on Lead Vocals/Arranger, and Writer Consignment JOHN 3:16 Christian Bookstore, 7953 Annapolis Road, Lanham, MD (301) 459-5999 Background and Experience At the tender age of 14, Gary was called […]

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Memphis Gold

Memphis Gold has come a long way on a journey that has lasted half a century. Having released four full length albums to date, he has shared the stage with such artists as Bernard Allison, David Banner, James Brown, R.L. Burnside, Barbara Carr, Big Lucky Carter, George Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic All Stars, Deborah […]

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Anthony Contee

 Anthony started playing back in 1969. His first band was The 9th Decade with Alvin Fisher out of NE. They ended up backing Skip Mahoaney & The Casuals. After that, he played for The Shadows Band with Allan and Bobby Wiggins. That band produced two singles called Funksville and The Bicentennial Jam. He also had […]

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Alvin Fisher

Alvin Fisher is a Jazz & R&B Flutist and Washington D.C. native. He started playing flute when he was 8 years old. He was influenced by some of the great musicians of the 20th century — people like Louis Armstrong, Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Count Basie the great Frank Wess and Herbie Mann. At 12 […]

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Johnny Long

Johnny Long has toured internationally as the tenor saxophonist in the Midnight Movers horn section for the legendary King of Soul, Wilson Pickett and toured nationally with Blues Legend B.B King as his Lead Alto Saxophonist in his expanded horn section. Johnny has also played with both artists at the Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. […]

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Dave Roy

Dave Roy was born and raised in Washington D.C. He started playing the guitar at the age of 12 years old. His dad had started him out with a few chords and he just took it from there. He discovered that he had something special when he would be able to here a piece of […]

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David Grohl

Early life David Eric Grohl was born in Warren, Ohio, the son of Virginia Jean (née Hanlon), a teacher, and James Harper Grohl, at the time a newswriter He has Slovak, German, and Irish ancestry. When he was a child, Grohl’s family moved from Warren, to Springfield, Virginia. When Grohl was seven, his parents divorced, […]

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Earl Carter

  Earl Carter is a Washington, DC based Guitarist, Bassist and Producer whose multi-faceted talent, professionalism, and star-quality has officially put him in the class of “Billboard Recording Artist”. In his earlier years, Earl secured a spot as a member of the platinum selling group, Experience Unlimited (commonly known as EU), where he recorded music […]

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Bobby Parker

Born in Lafayette, Louisiana, but raised in Los Angeles, California, Parker first aspired to a career in entertainment at a young age. By the 1950s, Parker had started working on electric guitar with several blues and R&B bands of the time, with his first stint being with Otis Williams and the Charms. Over the next […]

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