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Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings were an American funk and soul band signed to Daptone Records. They were part of a revivalist movement recreating mid-1960s to mid-1970s style funk and soul music. In December 2014, the band was nominated for a Grammy, in the category Best R&B Album of the Year for Give the People What They Want.

Sharon Jones died in 2016, with the band releasing the posthumous final album Soul of a Woman in 2017. Her backing band have since performed together live and worked with other artists.

In the mid-1990s, Philip Lehman and Gabriel Roth (aka Bosco Mann) founded a band called the Soul Providers, and began recording an album of James Brown-inspired instrumentals and vocal collaborations with deep funk recording artist Lee Fields...

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Sharon Jones, Binky Griptite, David Guy, Bosco Mann, Neal Sugarman, Joe Crispiano, Fernando Velez, Homer Steinweiss, Cochemea Gastelum, Saundra Williams, Starr Duncan-Lowe, Leon Michels, Earl Maxton, Anda Szilagyi, Todd M. Simon, Thomas Brenneck, Ian Hendrickson-Smith
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