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Michael A. Muhammad

The Lyrical Warner; Hip Hop Revelator Apacolips was planted, rooted and sprung forth from the Washington, DC metropolitan area. “At first I was known to be a funky bass player, messed around with the keys- now I’m a phat track maker- a breathe taker, once I get you in the groove- make you party all […]

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William “Spider” Henderson

Bass Guitarist William “Spider” Henderson is a native Washingtonian and product of D.C.Public Schools. He began playing bass in the early 1970’s and played through the 1980’s. Due to personal reasons, William took a sabbatical from his music career and resumed it in 2005 when he began playing with the Velours, Family Jam Band, New […]

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Martin O. Cornwell

  International Recording Artist, Martin O. Cornwell, Jr., is the former bandleader and lead guitarist for the world renowned Harold Melvin and The Bluenotes.   .   He has travelled the world sharing the stage with innumerable giants in the music industry. He has been featured in Billboard Magazine.     He is a consummate guitarist, […]

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Ed Brady

Ed Brady guitarist, traveled the world with Gil Scott Heron.. Ed Brady on Guitar

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T.C. Tolliver

Born and raised in Washington D.C. TC has had the pleasure and blessings of recording and touring around the Globe with a number of Artist ranging from R/B, Jazz. Soul, to outrageous Rock groups. TC was always exposed to a variety of musical styles and influences through his parents records and listening to Radio T.V., […]

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Linwood Taylor

Linwood Lee Taylor is tuned in to Howlin’ Wolf, Jimi Hendrix, and Muddy Waters, as well as Freddy King,Albert King, and Albert Collins, just to name a few. In fact, Taylor often played with Collins on the East Coast and treats fans to “Frosty”, a Collins tune he played with its creator. Not many Blues […]

Read More » | September 11, 2014 | Category: Musicians | Comments: none


Edward “PYE” Williams

A native of Washington, DC  Edward “PYE” Williams played guitar with some of the greatest artist around. Some of the singers he played with were Luther Ingram, Billy Stewart and Wilson Pickett. He also played with Saxophonist Bobby Sax

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Joe Phillips

Guitarist-Arranger-Conductor Also known as “The Master Conductor”, started playing the guitar as a teenager. After graduating from Eastern High School in Washington, D.C.,an opportunity came up to play guitar for a well known R & B recording group called, “The Manhattans”. The Manhattans had the #1 song in the country at the time called “Kiss […]

Read More » | August 15, 2014 | Category: Musicians | Comments: none

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Woody Woodson

Interview with NBC Channel4 native Washingtonian who played drums for some of the greatest singers in history needs a prosthetic leg to play the way he used to play. Woody Woodson lives in the same Northeast home he’s been in for more than 50 years, most of which he spent playing for artists like the […]

Read More » | August 6, 2014 | Category: Musicians | Comments: none

John Phillip Sousa

John Phillip Sousa

John Philip Sousa (November 6, 1854 – March 6, 1932) was  born in Washington, DC  during the late Romantic era, known primarily for American military and patriotic marches. Because of his mastery of march composition, he is known as “The March King” or the “American March King” due to his British counterpartKenneth J. Alford also being known as “The March […]

Read More » | July 30, 2014 | Category: Musicians | Comments: none