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The Commodores

The Commodores broke out of Tuskegee, Alabama, in the early 1970s, making a name for themselves with their live-wire shows and matching bedazzled leisure suits. The group found their greatest success with singer and saxophonist Lionel Richie out in front, scoring Top 10 hits with heartfelt ballads like “Easy” and “Three Times a Lady” and funk barnstormers like “Brick House.” Richie parted ways with the band long ago for a platinum-selling solo career, but the Commodores’ current lineup still features R&B royalty, including founding member William King and original “Brick House” vocalist Walter Orange.

— Nathan Weinbender

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