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If Reggie’s Sax or Vocal Sound Sounds Familiar it’s probably because you’ve heard him before. He’s been influenced by some of the greats he’s toured and or recorded with. Such as the Stylistics, Ali Ollie Woodson,(Lead singer with the Temptations), Clarence Carter, Barry Henderson (Also former lead singer with the Temptations), The Supremes, Fred Wesley, Hank Ballard (The Twist), Larry Williams, Ronnie Laws, Debbie Laws, Rudy Copeland and has Opened shows for such greats as Jimmy Smith, Spyro Gyra, Tower of Power, to name just a few.

Born and raised in Rockford Illinois just outside Chicago. Reggie started playing Sax and Guitar at an early age. And was soon introduced to gospel at Providence Baptist Church where he would hone his vocal skills. Playing with local groups like the Seven Shades of Brown and Earthbound INC. Lead to touring with a group out of Kansas City Missouri. Clyde N’em and Her. lead to extensive touring overseas where they would Thrill audiences. Came back to the States and took residence in Las Vegas where they played for several years. After taking residence in Los Angeles and playing in such legendary clubs as the Persian Room and The Lighthouse. He began to front his own band. This led to this his first solo Project. Which contains an audio smorgasbord of talented musicians and Friends. Such as Keyboardist Nate Morgan from Rufus and Chaka Khan

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Something That I Like

Black Rose Music
1999

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