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In the aboriginal 1970s, adolescent ambitious Black musicians were broadcast throughout Beaver County, western Pennsylvania and, of course, the absolute greater Pittsburgh region.
This was an era back they targeted their passions and concentrated on acceptable the area’s arch musicians. Unlike today’s counterparts, yesterday’s adolescent were not anchored on acceptable top videogame rompers. Instead, acceptable musicianship provided a applicable accession to youngsters who may accept bootless on the bandage court, amphitheatre or artlessly lacked able-bodied prowess.
In Beaver County, the anticipation of acceptable a able artisan was a adherent reality, admitting so was acceptable a able amateur — because the acclamation of Hopewell Township’s Anthony “Hawk” Dorsett, Aliquippa’s Mike Ditka and Beaver Falls’ Joe Willie Namath. In music, Beaver Valley Artisan Abutment Hall of Famers Henry Mancini and the Steals brothers, Melvin and Mervin, additionally appear to mind.
When it comes to carefully accent and blues musicianship in Beaver County, the background was laid by several body bands from Aliquippa, Pittsburgh and the Ohio Valley.
Groups — like The Notations, Sweet No, TNT Flashers, Black Love, Wantu Wazuri, The Veltones, Coffee’s Adulation Train, Shades of Night, Eighth Wonder, Stereos, Body Del Vibes, The Dynamics, Hi-Fidelics, Jasmine Entertainers featuring Wendy Z, Basal Body and El Pooks (aka the Stringfield Family) — formed the bedrock for Rare Experience, an Aliquippa-based bandage that enjoyed astronomic success in the region.
Yet, it’s about agreed aloft by many, including musicians from that ancient era, that Rare Acquaintance charcoal the pride of Aliquippa — the one bandage that garnered the best acclamation of the abounding that formed in the 1950s and existed throughout the new millennium.
Sometime about 1973, the origins of what would eventually become Rare Experience, started in a brace of Plan 11 neighborhoods. This would be the alpha of what would become the adolescent astounding independent accumulation that morphed into the county’s best abounding R&B band.
George “Isley” Tyson, an aboriginal affiliate and guitarist, humbly reflected on the group’s aboriginal success.
“We were a agglomeration of adolescent kids, really, who were actual absorbed in actuality musicians. At first, we had about 15 bodies in the band, but eventually, we pared it bottomward to a added committed and accomplished abate crew,” he said.
Along with himself, Tyson recalled the afterward aboriginal members: Rodney “Duck” Abercrombie (drums); Fred Campbell (guitar); Andre Redd (trumpet); Billy “Whit” Whitaker (bass); diva brothers Sheridan “Sherdy” Southerland and Thomas Southerland; Vastine “Winky” Pettis (alto sax/vocals); Aaron White (trumpet); Edgar “Buck” Jackson (tenor sax/vocals) and cousins Reggie “Wizard” Jones (keys, multi-instruments) and Allan “Grip” Smith (keys); Napoleon “Nap” Thompson (trombone) and diva Sylvester “Boutique” Price.
Later, Robert “Bobby” White (percussion) and brothers Michael (bass) and Maurice Otey (drums) abutting the fold, while Aliquippa choir Stephanie Townsend, Paula Capperis (keys) and Clairton aborigine Thea Austin, additionally became admired members. Rounding out the associates was sound/road aggregation associates Sam Jackson and Ted B. “Rook” Lewis.
After the bandage accomplished cogent success in Beaver County, Tyson, now 61, said the bandage fabricated affairs to aboriginal backpack to Greenville, S.C., and afresh ultimately to Atlanta, gluttonous greater fortunes on the recording scene. As a adolescent ancestor and husband, Tyson said he chose not to risk abrogation Aliquippa.
“I was animate for Westinghouse in Vanport at the time, and had a adolescent son,” said Tyson, who afresh acclaimed 40 years with the company, now alleged the Eaton Corp., breadth he is a chief advance engineer. Back then, a second-shift position kept him from authoritative abounding bandage practices, so he absitively to abdicate Rare Experience.
By 1982, Rare Experience’s acceptance accomplished its apex, and the accumulation absitively it was time for a change.
“We were absolutely accustomed arena clubs, cabarets and contest throughout the county, in Pittsburgh and added afar areas like New Kensington, Clairton, ‘Little’ Washington, Uniontown and breadth colleges,” Edgar “Buck” Jackson recalled. “At this time, I was actual acquisitive to go South attractive for the ‘big time.’”
Jackson, forth with Wizard Jones, Grip Smith and Michael Otey, are still Atlanta residents. Jackson now uses his talents in the belvedere and in abbey choir stands. He’s a pastor and diva at an Atlanta breadth church.
While their all-embracing alteration to the South did not pan-out as the above break-through the bandage envisioned, the move accustomed to be worthwhile.
In the 1990s, Wizard Jones and Grip Smith became first-call producers and music admiral for some of the hottest R&B acts in the nation, abounding of whom resided in Atlanta afterwards Clive Davis, Antonio “LA” Reid and Kenneth “BabyFace” Edmonds founded LaFace Annal in February 1990. In contempo years, Jones was apprenticed as music administrator for pop awareness Justin Bieber. Jones additionally formed with Usher, New Edition, Johnny Gill and Ralph Tresvant, while Smith was the music administrator for such acts as SWV, TLC, Jermaine Dupree, Sleepy Brown, Keith Sweat, Goodie Mob, 112 and Escape.
Smith developed abundant of his agreeable ability beneath the administration of Hopewell Aerial Academy bandage administrator Victor Pasquarelli. Smith was the arch bagman in the Viking boot bandage and additionally played keyboards in applesauce and beat bands.
“Mr. Pasquarelli was cool. He gave me the abandon to apprentice and kept me in-check,” Smith said, abacus that his earlier brother Percy Smith, a keyboardist, was additionally influential.
Recruited to the celebrated Berklee Academy of Music in Boston, Smith instead accustomed a civic touring gig at age 19 due to economic constraints. He’s affiliated with two sons, the oldest actuality the touring bagman for the SOS Band.
Before affective to Orlando, guitarist Fred Campbell additionally lived in Atlanta and saw contiguous the accomplished affinity amid Jones, Smith and artists like Larry Blackmon of Cameo, Ray Ransom of Brick and Abdul Ra’oof of the SOS Band.
“Our Quiptown guys represented able-bodied in the ATL,” said Campbell, an award-winning affair amateur in the burghal of Walt Disney enterprises. Campbell is affiliated with two developed sons.
Jones and Smith both accustomed groups, such as Brick and SOS Band, for including them in the scene, alike admitting they were newcomers to Atlanta.
“Our access to both of those groups are still basal to our success, alike now,” Jones said. “They showed us mad adulation back we aboriginal confused to Decatur, Georgia.”
Jackson additionally thanked both of his Rare Acquaintance bandmates for blockage the course.
“Those two were hot bolt in Atlanta. They were actuality courted by heavyweights, including Earth, Wind & Fire. But they never larboard us. They remained committed to Rare Experience,” he said.
Abercrombie agreed with Jackson, abacus that “the charge reigns alternate throughout all the players, to this day.”
“No amount breadth our campaign accept taken us, back we reunite, it’s like a ancestors get-together. It’s a 18-carat bandage amid all of us,” Abercrombie said.
Even afore the aboriginal 1970s, Aliquippa’s live-band attitude was already developing a able reputation.
Musicians — like Charles “Sonny” Childs, George Jones, Grover McBride, Frank Abercrombie, Del Palmer, Mack Cox Sr. and Johnny Josey Sr. — were aggregate with added Beaver Canton musicians, including Beaver Valley Musicians Abutment Hall of Fame bassist Mike Taylor, Gill Clark, Edward “Guitar Shorty” Ferguson, Larry Smith, Lonzie Cox Jr., Gene Barr, Jim McClendon, James Moon, Skeets Mabin, Ezra Lowe and Donnie Taylor. These collaborations created a active live-music vibe in Beaver County.
Aliquippa saxophonist Sonny Childs, who turns 90 on Jan. 3, said clubs like Midland’s Love’s Motel (aka Hole in the Wall), the New Pro Club on Junction Stretch in New Brighton (managed by James Mathews) and the Beaver Falls’ Rainbow Allowance were important live-music venues in the Beaver Valley.
A adolescent bearing of musicians — such as Rodney “Bogey” Burrows, Gary “Bosh” Washington, Rusty Carter, Lawrence Stringfield, Eugene Crosby, Rex Rideout, James Tignar, Kiki Brooks, Percy Smith, Quinton Newsome, Clarence Grant, Richard “Dicky” Morris, Rosco “Fox” Peak, Derek Redd, Dwight “Mouse” Sims, Rick Gilbert, George “Chico Vaughn” Owens, Bobby Short, Keith Haskins and Beaver Valley Musicians Abutment Hall of Fame inductees keyboardist Ronnie Cox and diva Janine Gilbert-Carter —also affix the accepted dots to accommodate Rare Experience.
A accomplished leash of changeable singers, Renee “Ree” Harvey, Gloria “Glo” Savage and Debbie Hines, additionally are admired as allegorical Quiptown articulate talents.
Childs added that Beaver Canton has consistently been a active live-music hotbed.
“I’ve consistently had gigs, up until the virus addled aftermost March. Hopefully, it’ll all get revved up already afresh by abutting year,” said Childs, an Americus, Georgia, built-in who afresh gigged with Coffee’s Adulation Train band, led by keyboardist Dwight “Coffee” Thomas of Midland.
Johnny Josey Sr., 82, said he affectionately recalls animate his alto saxophone as a affiliate of the 1957-58 Aliquippa Aerial Academy Boot Bandage beneath the administration of Fred J. Sporny.
“Even then, music was actual important to us,” said Josey, who remembered patronizing the CIO Hall on Franklin Avenue back James Brown and Ray Charles performed there. Accession memorable gig was the animate actualization by 1950s articulate giant, Lloyd Price, at the Polish Hall abreast the Quippian Club, he added.
“Lots of allegory in our boondocks then, but music helped us get through some boxy times,” said Josey, an Army adept and aggressive artisan additionally accepted for acceptable Aliquippa’s aboriginal Black firefighter in the backward 1960s. The Logstown built-in additionally formed at J&L Steel Corp. while arena sax with the Fabulous Embers of Beaver Falls.
“Being affiliated and adopting a ancestors kept me from actuality a full-time musician,” Josey said. “Naturally, I had my priorities.”
Sylvester “Sly” Washington, 61, is an Aliquippa built-in who currently keeps animate music complete in Beaver County. The percussionist/bandleader sponsors approved jam sessions for blues, body and R&B musicians.
“Rare Acquaintance was altered because they were a cross-over band, too. They had a ample white following, abnormally in Center Township,” said Washington, a retired Times photographer. “They should never be assort into one genre.”
Now a Baltimore resident, Robert White, 63, has enjoyed an abnormally all-encompassing career as a able musician. As the abandoned Beaver Falls affiliate of Rare Experience, White is altered to the group. “Bongo Bobby,” as one of his accumulation associates dubbed him, said he abutting the accumulation mainly through affiliations with his uncle and Midland saxophonist, Del Fielder.
Once accepted added for his football accomplishment at Beaver Falls Aerial School, White additionally was a affiliate of accession Aliquippa bandage alleged The Hi-Fidelics. While accessory California State University of Pennsylvania, White said he artlessly gravitated against the developing sounds of the new body bandage in town, Rare Experience.
As time would accept it, music charcoal his affection and vocation. In the accomplished 20 years, White has performed at several internationally acclaimed music shows, such as Montreux, Essence and Newport applesauce festivals. White, a ancestor of two developed children, said he abstruse his basal abilities while blind out at the Beaver Falls Elks Club and carefully celebratory drummers Kenny “KT” Thompson, Bobby Crutcher and Cecil Washington of Pittsburgh.
Though he still plays bass guitar, Billy “Whit” Whitaker, 62, mostly performs on Sundays at Missouri Burghal Baptist Abbey in Houston, Texas. Since his aboriginal days, his musicianship has acquired into a advance articulate realm, a la Luther Vandross. He has anesthetized his bass arena abilities assimilate a son, Chuck, whom he describes as “having anesthetized me up, skill-wise.” Chuck has performed with neo-soul accompanist Eryka Badu and additionally at Missouri Burghal Baptist Church. Whitaker, a academy graduate, is divorced, has bristles accouchement and three grandchildren, and is a semi-retired controlling in the chief aborigine bloom industry.
Whitaker accustomed Melvin Steals, afresh an English abecedary at the aerial school, for accouterment the bandage with their name.
As Tyson explained, “Originally, we were Black Expedition. But Dr. Steals said we bare commodity added altered and bankable — and he appropriate Rare Experience.”
Steals and his brother, Mervin, composed the megahit song, “Could It Be I’m Falling in Love,” performed by The Spinners.
Sylvester “Boutique” Price, 63, is no best the active frontman that embodied Rare Experience, a la David Ruffin, Dennis Edwards or Marvin Gaye mode. These canicule Price utilizes his appulse on Sunday morning abbey revelers as an abettor advocate at Christian Lighthouse in city Aliquippa. He holds on to those adored memories of his aboriginal years with Rare Experience.
“Some of the best years of my life. I accept no regrets. I had a admirable childhood, and actuality in the bandage was a above allotment of it,” he added.
Having developed up in the bizarre West Aliquippa breadth of Logstown, Price was initially afflicted by his ancestor and advance singer, Roosevelt Price and The Price Boys actuality quintet, additionally featuring his dad’s brothers.
“They were from rural Mississippi, so they had array of a country flavor,” he said.
“In inferior high, I sang in academy choirs and played some guitar,” Price said. The appellation “Boutique” stuck, due to his affection for cutting the latest accouterment gear.
“I consistently had a adroitness for cutting aciculate apparel — and arcade at boutiques, appropriately the appellation Boutique, which afterwards acquired into the ‘Bo-Teek’ pronunciation,” he explained.
As the fourth of eight children, Price additionally had a adulation for athletics. By aerial school, he was starting quarterback on the Aliquippa football aggregation and a basketball star. He becoming a abounding able-bodied scholarship to Tuskegee University in Alabama. But afterwards a year, alternate home and got a job at Westinghouse. Price was affiliated by 1979, and like Tyson, both adolescent ancestors men autonomous not to move South to accomplish Rare Experience’s agreeable dreams.
“The music is still in me,” said Price. “Unlike some civil artists, the bandage apple initially afflicted my actuality world. For me, it all started arena in bands. And, now it’s absolute in me on Sunday mornings. It’s kinda addled from lots of added Black musicians.”
Still, a accepted cilia that existed amid Rare Experience members was their airy ties.
Abercrombie acclaimed the bandage amid Whitaker and himself back they formed the accent breadth for the Abbey in the Round’s music ministry. Other breadth abbey amalgamation with accumulation associates are Bethel Baptist, St. John’s, St. Titus, Christian Lighthouse, Triedstone Baptist, Tabernacle Baptist, Second Baptist, Waymen Chapel, Deliverance Temple, Ebenezer AME, Complete the Alarm Ministries, Bethel AME and Mount Olive Baptist Church.
Price said he still enjoys civil music, but from accession view.
“Now, I adore watching my son and my nephews arena and singing,” he said.
His son, Anthony Price, is a well-respected actuality keyboardist, while his nephew, Phillipe Price, plays bass with the Bill Henry Band, a top Pittsburgh body band. Accession nephew, Christian Norman, plays actuality keys, drums and bass guitar in Pittsburgh.
Price and wife Roulette Jefferson Price accept been affiliated 41 years. She sings in the Christian Lighthouse Ministries choir. The brace met back Rare Experience performed at the allegorical Mason’s Hotel & Lounge in her hometown of New Kensington.
For “Duck” Abercrombie, his agreeable career originated as a trumpet amateur in academy bands, but his Aliquippa Aerial Academy bandage director, Ron Romeo, accustomed his adroit abilities and confused him into the drumline. He additionally played drums with organist brother, Wayne Abercrombie. The duo was generally begin in breadth churches arena airy music. Duck’s father, Frank Abercrombie, played piano and formed as a crane abettor at J&L Steel. His mom, Ida Mae Taylor Abercrombie, was a assistant and additionally formed at J&L.
“I additionally played in my father’s band,” he said.
As a built-in Aliquippian, Abercrombie has a solid ability of all the aboriginal associates of Rare Experience, in accession to a agog bandage of abounding added Aliquippa breadth musicians.
He accustomed earlier musicians like William “B.E.” Taylor, Mickey Cherico and Ray DeLisio for their affable attitude to advice the bandage advance as adolescent music businessmen.
WAMO-FM radio annual controlling Philip Billingsea recalled B.E. Taylor as a neighbor.
“We grew up in the ‘Hollar’ (Valley Terrace area), abounding McDonald Elementary Academy together, on through our 1969 aerial academy graduation. B.E. was consistently 18-carat back it came to Black people. Never a phony,” Billingslea said.
Tyson additionally accustomed The Granati Brothers and owners of Brighton Music Center for their abutment back the bandage was in its alpha stages.
Abercrombie, 63, and his wife of 21 years, Tamyka Allison Abercrombie, animate in Aliquippa and are the parents of two college-educated children. He vividly recalled his football celebrity canicule back he starred in the Aliquippa backfield with quarterback and Rare Experience bandmate Sylvester Price.
A career abutment barter driver, Abercrombie retired from the McDanel Corp. in Beaver Falls. Abercrombie accustomed Sounds Unlimited, a bandage featuring ex-Motown bassist Eugene “Woody” Smith and bandleader Ronnie Cox, for befitting Beaver County’s body music blaze animate in the new millennium.
“I subbed for their drummer, KT Thompson, on occasion. I absolutely enjoyed their vibe,” Abercrombie said.
Tyson said he doesn’t criticize today’s bounded adolescence for not bottomward to bands as his bearing already did.
“It’s a altered era,” Tyson said. “Today’s adolescent bodies accept technology and sports to cull from. Back we were in school, we didn’t accept the sports success.
“Today, there’s a adventitious they can at atomic get a acceptable apprenticeship through sports. They can aspire to be Ty Law, Tony Dorsett or Darrelle Revis — they see it, and they accept it can happen,” said Tyson, who lives in Center Township with his wife of 33 years, Lori Griffin Tyson. They are the parents of three developed accouchement and one grandson.
Tyson additionally serves on the acoustic ministries agents at Macedonia Baptist Abbey in Pittsburgh.
Abercrombie noted, “There are so abounding bodies to acknowledge for our development. It absolutely was a apple who accurate us — our parents knew this took us off the streets and kept us out of trouble.”
While he’s advised the babyish of the bunch, during Rare Experience’s determinative years, Reginald “Wizard” Jones, now 58, was additionally advised the group’s best able member.
As the son of the accomplished organist George Jones, “Wizard” grew up on the alley arena guitar and bureau with his father’s bands. Admitting he’s now advised a domiciliary name in Atlanta’s competitive R&B community, he accustomed his aboriginal onstage adventures as “many able moments.”
“Unlike today’s artists who may almanac a YouTube or Instagram video, and achievement for several ‘likes’ from their accompany and relatives, we did it the adamantine way. Rehearse to get a gig, and prove to the club buyer that you can ample his/her room, advertise drinks and advertise food,” he said.
“That’s the aberration from how we did it years ago to now. The alley was our abecedary — we abstruse how to assignment the audience, and to acknowledge to admirers reaction. Today, it’s added about the computer and the technology or maybe a ancient TV appearance.”
Though Rare Acquaintance never accomplished above acclamation as a recording accumulation in Atlanta, Jones has formed as music administrator for the nationally televised “Soul Train Awards,” as able-bodied as being keyboardist and music administrator for Outkast, TLC and Toni Braxton.
Tyson remembered back Jones abutting the group.
“We heard about this adolescent kid who was actual talented, so we inquired. At the time, he was the alone one with an amplifier,” Tyson said, crediting Romeo for acceptance Jones to advance his abilities while alignment music archive for the boot band. “All that acquaintance set him up to become ‘the Wizard’ that we all respect, adulation and appreciate.”
Drummer Maurice Otey lives in Nagoya, Japan, and still plays drums afterwards abstraction out a acknowledged music career. He’s affiliated with children, according to members. His brother, bassist Michael Otey, still lives in Atlanta, has accouchement and plays music on a added bound base compared with his above bandmates.
“Winky” Pettis is a music mogul in Shanghai, China. While a apprentice at the Unniversity of Pittsburgh, his ties to Nathan Davis, administrator of Pitt’s Applesauce Department, allowed him and Sewickley’s Rex Rideout opportunities to bout with applesauce greats such as Roy Ayers and Grover Washington Jr. Admitting his abilities were commensurable to his aeon such as Kirk Whalum and Najee, Pettis took his saxophone talents to accession akin in Japan and China.
“Over there, he’s on a par with a Quincy Jones,” Abercrombie said.
Pettis, a Quigley Aerial Academy graduate, is also a affiliated ancestors man.
Jones acclaimed that of all the players that originally larboard Aliquippa in January 1983, no one has returned.
“Though we didn’t ability our ultimate ambition as a group, we were able to leave home, authorize careers and never accept to acknowledgment — alone to appointment families for appropriate occasions. We alarm that success,” he said.
Potential almanac deals with MCA, Polydor and SOLAR annal never came to fruition, Jones said. “But, we never let that stop us.” The accumulation enjoyed bureau top-status for engagements throughout Southeast Conference university campuses, he said.
When the bandage captivated a alliance actualization during Aliquippa Canicule in September 2011, Thea Austin and Michael Otey were the alone above Rare Acquaintance associates clumsy to appear due to antecedent obligations. Diva Stephanie Townsend abounding the accident in what would be her final actualization with the band. Not continued afterwards the appropriate performance, she died of cancer.
When the bandage absitively to accomplish the expedition to Atlanta in January 1983, changeable vocalist/keyboardist Paulette Caperris additionally fabricated the trip. An audience produced a reliable backup diva for Townsend — Thea Austin of Clairton, who was additionally belief at Pitt, as was Pettis.
“I was appreciative to be called to accompany the band,” said Austin, now active in Hollywood, California. “The guys were awful accomplished and were from admirable families. I anamnesis practicing at Reggie’s abode in the basement. Mama (Betty) Jones would augment us afterwards every call — they looked afterwards me like accession ancestors member.
“We had a appropriate bandage — absolutely a ‘rare experience.’ I’m animated to accept been a allotment of the group,” Austin said. “I’m honored.”
Austin was amid the Rare Experience members who relocated to Atlanta: Jones, Smith, Caperris, Jackson, White and the Otey brothers.
Jones said Austin’s role was primarily as a recording soloist, while Capperis was as a keyboardist/vocalist, which created a added assorted front-stage presence.
When the band’s affairs didn’t pan out, Austin said she alternate to Pittsburgh and abutting a 1950s caricature bandage and a applesauce trio. Soon after, she confused to Los Angeles, where she abutting armament with the group, SNAP, and was affiliated with mega hip-hop/pop hits, “I Got the Power” and “Rhythm is a Dancer.” She abstruse to comedy the guitar and additionally annal and programs computer advance and writes new music, including a Steelers Nation accolade she hopes will bolt on as the team’s NFL playoff hopes ascend.
“My activity still centers about music, and apparently consistently will,” said Austin, who started singing in elementary school, and afterwards sang at weddings and funerals at her hometown Morningside Baptist Abbey in Clairton.
Ted B. “Rook” Lewis was a self-described “OG” for the aboriginal band. At 73, he now lives in Oakland, California, but served multi-roles with the aboriginal group, including emcee and hype-man, roadie and complete engineer.
“Whatever the charge was, I stepped in,” said Lewis, a nine-time grandfathering with three developed children. The 1966 Aliquippa alum has two tweeners from a new marriage.
Rare Acquaintance was added than music to Beaver County, said Anthony B. Mitchell, a assistant at Penn State University Greater Allegheny. He has the acumen of growing up in Aliquippa and Beaver Falls during Rare Experience’s body music supremacy in Beaver County.
“Rare Acquaintance emerged on the Pittsburgh breadth music arena in the mid-1970s during the acme of the Black Power, Black arts movement,” Mitchell said. “It’s cogent that during this Black acquainted period, the band’s ensemble of choir and musicians creatively attenuated R&B, alarm and applesauce into a blissful agreeable experience.”
Mitchell abounding Geneva Academy during that aeon and affectionately recalled “what fabricated Rare Acquaintance an best actualization band.”
“As a adolescent accumulation of African-American males, they absolute ancestral pride in ‘Aliquippians’ and African Americans in Beaver County. The adolescent ladies were additionally gifted,” he said. “Collectively, their agreeable ability and abilities embodied their accomplishments in the Black abbey and training in African American agreeable traditions.”
Mitchell said Rare Acquaintance should be adopted to Beaver Valley Musicians Hall of Fame. “They are well-deserved.” Jones was inducted as an alone into the Hall of Fame in bounce 2017.
“For those of us advantaged to accept witnessed and acclimatized with this ‘soul-stirring’ allegorical band,” he said, “their bequest charcoal intact.”
Rodney “Duck” Abercrombie additionally contributed to this article.
Timothy Cox is a Beaver Falls built-in and able musician. He has a journalism amount from Point Park University and abounding Slippery Rock University and Association Academy of Beaver County. He’s additionally a above agent of Aliquippa’s Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. and the B.F. Jones Library. Cox can be accomplished at [email protected]
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