Chuck Brown

Still, on Thursday night, Brown's legacy will be on full display at the dance party in the Howard Theater. “The music will
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2. Slick Rick At Howard Theatre The hip-hop legend will be celebrating the late, great Godfather of Go-Go Chuck Brown. Rick
D.C.'s delegate to Congress, Eleanor Holmes Norton (D) has proposed designating Aug. 22, Brown's birthday, as Chuck Brown
According to the office of D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray, the following people are slated to attend the service: Del. Eleanor Holmes
Inside, the viewing was respectful. The public was asked to turn off all electronic products, no photos allowed. (One photo
WASHINGTON -- Family and fans will say goodbye to musician Chuck Brown, the legendary "Godfather of Go-Go," at a public viewing
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The Washington Post reports that Brown's daughter -- and fellow musician -- KK Brown has revealed that the local legend has
Brown canceled a show in early March due to health problems as well, explaining on Facebook that "I'm under the weather and
Playing live is a lost art, and you don't see a lot of bands that go out and play the way the older bands do. It's a celebration, and a lot of people treat it like a commercial or a distraction.
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