Norma Jean Wright was the first lady of Chic. As a member from the very beginning, she helped to propel the group to the top of the charts with tracks like “Everybody Dance” and “Dance, Dance, Dance.” Then in 1980 her single “High Society” was released on Bearsville Records also produced by Chic. Recently, I stumbled on this edit from Metaphysical who hails from the other Washington, D.C. that is. Enjoy!
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Known for the high energy dance experience, Peter D. Struve was one of the early nightclub DJs on the San Francisco Disco scene. Pete trained in 1973 with Chico Starr and Steve Newman at California’s first licensed dance nightclub, the Rendezvous. Six months later in early 1974 Peter was invited to join the new family of the SF Endup.
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