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  1. Born Michael Jones in 1959, and renamed Kashif Saleem, after converting to Islam. The name Kashif Saleem has been interpreted to mean "Creator" in…

  2. Aurra was a 1980s soul group, who at the time of their biggest success was comprising of Curt Jones and Starleana Young. The band started off…

  3. Starpoint was an American R&B band who began recording in the 1980s. They were an African-American sextet from Maryland. Throughout the 80's,…

  4. Eugene Wilde (born Ron Broomfield, 6 December 1961, West Palm Beach, Miami, Florida, United States) is an American RnB/soul singer-songwriter, who…

  5. Phyllis Linda Hyman (July 6 1949 - June 30, 1995), was born in Philadelphia, and grew up in Pittsburgh. She is perhaps best remembered for her…

  6. Bobby Thurston hails from Washington D.C

    As American disco singer, born in 1954 he outperformed with his hit single 'You Got What It Takes'. It was…

  7. Mystic Merlin were from New York.

    The original line-up consisted of: Clyde Bullard (bass) Barry Roark Strutt (sax / keyboards)
    Leslie Dorsey…

  8. This U.S. soul group was formed in a Brooklyn, New York high school in the early 80's by:
    James 'D Train' Williams (lead vocals)
    and Hubert Eaves III…

  9. There is more than one band with the name "Loose Ends".

    1. One of the top British dance and urban contemporary trios in the early '80s, Loose…

  10. Melba Hill, 29 October 1945, New York City, New York, USA. Based in New York, Melba Moore first attracted attention in the Broadway production of…

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