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    (1972- )
    Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Some members include:
    Theodore (Ted) ‘Wizard’ Mills (lead - left in the late 1980s)
    Keith ‘Duke’ Beaton (tenor)
    Wendell Sawyer (baritone, second tenor, first tenor and lead)
    Vernon Sawyer (original tenor, baritone)
    Richard Pratt (bass - left in 1981)
    Wade Elliot (Lead)
    Ronald Small (First & Second tenor)
    Fernando ‘Mo’ Kee (First Tenor)
    Albums include ‘Blue Magic (1974)’ and ‘Thirteen Blue Magic Lane (1975)’
    Singles include ‘Stop to Start,’ ‘Sideshow,’ ‘Three Ring Circus’ and ‘What’s Come Over Me’
    Ebony Award winner for Best Group of the Year (April 1975)
    Almost all of their albums contained either ‘Blue’ or ‘Magic’ or both words in the title.
    They sounded almost like any other soul group of their time.
    A general search engine search is more likely to return results for the Jay-Z song of the same title.
    They were inspired by the Temptations.
    En route to forming the group, the Wizard was tapped by a Delfonics vocalist to work with a local production company.
    They were background vocalists for the Rolling Stones’ ‘If You Really Want to Be My Friend’ (from ‘It’s Only Rock n’ Roll’).
    ‘Sideshow’ made it to number eight on the Hot 100 and all the way to the top on its R&B counterpart.

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