KC & the Sunshine Band

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KC and the Sunshine Band
Background information
Origin Miami, U.S.
Genres Disco
Funk
Pop
Years active 1973–1983, 1993–present
Labels Rhino, Epic Records, Mecca Records, TK Records
Website KCS Online
Members
Harry "KC" Wayne Casey (lead vocals)
Maria De Crescenzo (back up vocals)
Charlotte Mc Kinnon (back up vocals)
Fermin Goytisolo (Percussion)
Rusty Hamilton III (Keyboard)
Jody Hill (Drums)
Zeljko "Nick" Marinovic (Keyboard)
Jeffery Reeves (Lead guitar)
Steve Lashley (Bass)
John Reid (Trumpet)
Kenny Hamilton (Saxophone)
Rick Benadetto (Trumpet)
Tim Pitchford (Trombone)
Kenetha Morris (Dancer)
Giggi Thesman (Dancer)
Past members
Richard Finch (bass, drums)
Robert Johnson (Drums)
Jerome Smith (guitar)
Mike Lewis (tenor sax)
Vinnie Tanno (Trumpet)
Ken Faulk (trumpet)
Whit Sidener (Baritone Sax)
Margret Reynolds (backing vocals)
Beverly Champion (backing vocals)
Jeanette Williams (backing vocals)
Denvil Liptrot (saxophone)
Charles Williams (trombone)
Ronnie Smith (trumpet)
James Weaver (trumpet))
Paul Lewis (Saxophone)
Eugene Timmons (Saxophone)

KC & The Sunshine Band was a disco group, that was popular in the 1970s. They formed in Miami in 1973. Hits are "That's the Way (I Like It)", "(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty", "Give It Up", "Get Down Tonight", and "Please Don't Go".

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