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Mar 29, 2021

[Answer] 1. While not exactly this guy's initials, Harry Wayne made the pronunciation of his last name into initials that he used as a moniker for his band. They had a string of disco type hits in the 1970s. Can you remember the letters and the name of the band?

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...1. CB and the Smokies 2. BJ and the Bears 3. KC and the Sunshine Band 4. JC and the Starlight Band Harry Wayne Casey (K.C.) formed his Sunshine band in Miami, Florida in 1973. Their string of hits such as "Shake Your Booty", "That's the Way I Like It", and "I'm Your Boogie Man" among others, kept us dancing throughout the disco era in the mid and late 1970s. The band had a total of five Billboard chart toppers between 1975 and 1979.




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KC and the Sunshine Band:


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