Blue Magic is one of the most popular Philadelphia soul groups of the 1970s. Founded in 1972, the group's original members were Ted Mills, Vernon Sawyer, Wendell Sawyer, Keith Beaton, and Richard Pratt. They are noted for their songs "Sideshow," "Spell," and "What's Come Over Me," just to name a few. "Sideshow" became one of pop music's most affecting ballads and sold over a million copies.
Formed in 1962, Kansas City, Missouri's Bloodstone continues to tour and perform with original members Harry Williams, Charles McCormick, musical director Hense Powell, and 12-year veteran Donald Brown. Their hits include "Natural High," "Go On and Cry," and "Never Let You Go." They have proven to the world that they're the quintessential entertainers.
From day one, Soul Generation has charmed its audiences with the perfect blend of soulful and sensuous R&B music. They struck gold and platinum with their first two recordings, "Body & Soul" and "Million Dollars." The group consists of Cliff Perkins, Veda LaRue, Crystal Perkins, and Donald Taylor.