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Jeanette Washington

Washington appeared as a background singer on recordings by James Brown in 1975. That year she joined Parliament with Debbie Wright, becoming the first female members […]

Shirley Hayden

Muruga Booker

Through the 1960s, as Steve Booker, Muruga recorded with Jim and Jean on “Changes” in 1964, and on “People World” in 1966. He appeared on the […]

Dawn Silva

A funk diva of epic proportions, Sacramento, CA-born Dawn Silva’s musical voyage began far from her association with George Clinton’s P-Funk empire, singing songs in the […]

Jeff “Cherokee” Bunn

Jeff “Cherokee” Bunn is an American Bassist, best known for his work with The Brides of Dr. Funkenstein, produced by George Clinton. A Haliwa-Saponi Native American […]

Calvin Simon

Simon started out in the late 1950s as one of The Parliaments. In 1977, Simon (along with other original Parliaments Fuzzy Haskins and Grady Thomas), left […]

Donnie Sterling

Donnie Sterling is a musician brought in by Parlet’s Mallia Franklin in 1978 as Parlet’s band leader and bass player. After writing three songs on Parlet’s […]

William “Billy Bass” Nelson

Billy was born in Plainfield, New Jersey and as a teenager worked at George Clinton’s barbershop, sweeping the floor and singing and dancing for the customers. […]

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