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    Cameo

    Cameo Biography

    Funk - electro band



    Formed in 1974 in New York, USA. Originally called New York City Players, but changed to The Players after a lawsuit against them, by the Ohio Players. Has released 17 albums between 1977 and 2000. Their definitive hit is 1986's "Word Up". In the '00s, Cameo-bassist Aaron Mills started collaborating with OutKast.



    Current/past/side/tour-members:



    Larry Ernest "Mr. B" Blackmon (1975-present)

    Thomas Michael Jenkins (1976-present)

    Nathan David Leftenant (1976-1991) (1995-'00s)

    Charlie L. Singleton (1981-present)

    Jonathan Moffett (1980s) (2000-present)

    Anthony A. Lockett (1978-1981) ('00s-present)

    Aaron Ellis Mills (1979-1981) (1986-present)

    Arnett G. Leftenant (1976-1981)

    Damon Mendes (1979)

    Eric R. Durham Snr. (1976-1978)

    Gary Dow (1976-1978)

    Gregory B. Johnson (1975-1982)

    Jeff Nelson (1992-1996)

    Jeryl Bright (1980-1981)

    John Blackwell (1996)

    Kenni Hairston (1986-1987)

    Kevin Kendrick (1982-2000)

    Kurt Jeter (1977)

    Melvin Wells (1984-1996)

    Michael "Calamari" Burnett (1982) (1984-1988)

    Stephen Moore (1980-1981)

    Thomas Delmar "TC" Campbell (1980-1981)

    Vincent Wilburn Jr. (1981)

    Wayne Cooper (1977-1980)

    Willie "Chill Factor" Morris (1986-1995)

    William Revis (1977)



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