The Reverend’s First job was at Club 54, and while the reverend was slinging drinks to the celebrity clientele, he learned the Gospel of the Disco.
The beautiful but sometimes crazy Downtown Baby Brown grew up in the cold weather northeast. “Dee” studies astronomy in her spare time and before joining the band she worked at a local pizza parlor in her hometown of Mystic, Connecticut. She was accepted on partial scholarship to Yale University but singing, dancing and being on stage is her lifelong passion.
Titus T Guitar gunslinger from Encino, California. Now a man about town, walking softly and blasting the funk to the nation. Dropping the P Funk bomb for the world to hear.
Rudy Ray moved with his brother and mother from Baton Rouge, LA to Atlanta, GA right after grade school. While in high school Rudy moved in to help his ailing grandfather and he started working at the local car wash. While working at the car wash and picking up the nickname “Suds” Rudy was introduced to the wonderful world of music. It was there he learned his chops on bass guitar between car waxes and became the hottest bass player this side of the Mississippi.
Got into the Adult entertainment business in the early to mid 70`s. He was in High demand until he found a new love, Music
This drummer was born in Detroit. Rumor has it the late James Brown is his estranged father. Started touring with the Brown band early in life and found his love for the funk. Keep your lady friends at a distance cause he has a way of taking them home after the show.
“Madison” was a working-class girl who used to live on the wrong side of the tracks with her unemployed father. While working after school at the new-wave music store Hit-Trax and studying voice with a local voice coach she saw and ad for “female singer needed”. She followed up with that ad and is now one of the hottest female singers in the hottest band this side of the Atlantic!