The story of Tavares is the inspirational tale of a band of young brothers bound not only by blood, prodigious talent, and a rich musical legacy, but by a fierce determination to succeed in the music business. Over two decades, the Tavares Brothers managed to place 8 singles on Billboard’s Top 40, 12 Singles on the R&B Top 10 Chart (Including three #1 records), 3 Dance Chart Hits (1 at #3 and 2 at #1), 10 Hit Albums, and won a Grammy Award for their work on the soundtrack to Saturday Night Fever, (Recently certified 15 times Platinum). Although most resources refer to Tavares as a New Bedford, Massachusetts band and it is well known that the family lived in Southeastern Massachusetts at different times, it is equally well known that they spent a great deal of their early years in the Fox Point and South Providence neighborhoods of Providence, RI.
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In their twenty-five-year recording history, Rose Royce music is currently being played on radio stations all over the world, such sensations as “CAR WASH” “Wishing on a Star”, “I Wanna Get Next to You”, just to name a few.
ROSE ROYCE Multi-Platinum & Gold selling recordings allows the band to travel the world and perform at sold out venues worldwide. Although ROSE ROYCE is best known for their great ballads, they are one of the funkiest bands around.
The Grammy Award Winning, Multi-Platinum selling Group Rose Royce has sold millions of copies of the album “Car Wash,” “In Full Bloom,” and “Rose Royce Strikes Again” just to name a few of their Platinum selling CD’s.
Martha’s voice has dominated the airwaves, and her charisma and spirit has embraced millions of people around the world. She is responsible for some of the top-selling, most recognizable pop hits of the 80s and 90s. “It’s Raining Men”, the cult pop classic, is still heard everywhere… the radio, movies, commercials, TV. “Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)” was the highlight of C&C Music Factory’s career and sold 5.5 million copies worldwide. Black Box’s Dreamland featured four #1 Billboard Dance singles and three Top 40 hits including “Strike It Up”, a single that continues to receive massive airplay and is still heard at every NFL and NBA game everywhere! All the above have achieved major success and all have one common denominator – Martha Wash. She is the heart and soul of dance music. “Martha Wash “The Collection”: was released in January 1998 on Logic Records/BMG, to honor her timelessness and her renowned presence that has been instrumental in shaping popular music as we hear it today.