rhythm and blues
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Rick Stevens was the former lead singer of Oakland’s Tower of Power rhythm and blues band.
Flamingo is a 14-piece, all-female professional big band that presents music from the swing era, plus a sprinkling of rock 'n roll, pop tunes, and rhythm and blues.
Alan Freed was a music crazy who grew up with swing in the 1940s, discovered rhythm and blues, and as a 1950s DJ worked that music into radio playlists and listeners’ ears.
Reggie Lavong, a velvet-voiced radio personality who played rhythm and blues and more in the 1960s on WWRL-AM in New York, died on Sept. 19 in Philadelphia.
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