Root Boy Slim (born Foster MacKenzie III) (born July 9, 1945 died June 8, 1993) Asheville, North Carolina; was an American singer-songwriter who attended Yale University, and afterward settled in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., gaining fame as the frontman for the band Root Boy Slim and the Sex Change Band.
The band favored a mix of Memphis-style boogie rock/blues and produced six albums. Its most famous recording was "Boogie 'Til You Puke" from the debut album Root… read more
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