Formed 1972 in Detroit, Michigan, USA
Anita Baker, Carolyn Crawford, Vernon D. Fails, Van Cephus, Derek Dickson, Scott Guthrie, Courtlen Hale, Gerald Lyles, Rick Means, Allen E. Nance, Michael Powell, David Washington and Valerie Pinkston.
This Detroit group is best known as the band that helped launch Anita Baker's career.
The original group was founded by Michael Powell and David Washington in 1972.
They backed the Detroit Emeralds until Powell and Washington added vocalist Rick Means and Carolyn Crawford.
Crawford was later replaced by Barbara Love.
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