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Play That Funky Music

Rob Parissi’s One Hit Wonder

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Everyone has a favorite tune from their youth. My favorite is “Play That Funky Music” by the band Wild Cherry.

Wild Cherry, formed in 1970 by Rob Parissi, struck gold and then platinum, with this song, which Rob wrote in 1976.

Wild Cherry and its band members went their separate ways by 1979. “Play That Funky Music” remains a favorite song for…

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Yve Laran

Bibliophile, Writer and Blogger at yve.laran@wordpress.com. Podcaster on Spotify as Yve Laran. Master’s=Political; Bachelor’s=Musical

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