ATLANTIC STARR

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Atlantic Starr were formed in White Plains, New York, in 1976 by three brothers; lead singer and guitarist David Lewis, lead singer and keyboardist Wayne Lewis, and trombonist and percussionist Jonathan Lewis.
Other members of the band were lead singer Sharon Bryant (who was later replaced by Barbara Weathers), trumpeter William Sudderth, saxophonist Damon Rentie (who was replaced by Koran Daniels), bassist Clifford Archer, drummer Porter Carroll Jr., and percussionist and flautist Joseph Phillips.
 

Throughout the late 70's and early 80's, Atlantic Starr scored several hits on the R&B charts. However, significant crossover success (onto the pop charts) didn't come until halfway into the 80's, with the release of their As the Band Turns album, and the single "Secret Lovers." By this time, the band had pared itself down to a quintet, consisting of the three Lewis brothers, Phillips, and Weathers. In 1987, the band solidified their pop success by scoring a #1 pop hit with "Always," a slow jam off their album All in the Name of Love. The band would continue to score hits on both the R&B and Pop charts into the early 90's.

 

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