Delfonics & Blue Magic: Old School R&B Legends
The Delfonics caught the rising tide of R&B music at just the right time in the late 1960's. The group's unique style of singing and their patented dance steps caught the fancy of popular music followers. This made them a stellar attraction at rock concerts, theaters and on the night club circuit. Their hits include “Didn’t I Blow Your Mind This Time,” "For The Love I Give To You,” "Trying To Make A Fool Of Me,” "When You Get Right Down To It" and "Love Won’t Let Me Wait.
Blue Magic, formed in June of 1973, is responsible for some of the most enjoyable soul music of the 70s. Four decades later since their first recording for Atlantic records in 1973, the members of Blue Magic continue to provide fans around the world with their smooth brand of Philly Soul. Their electrifying performances and trademark style has led Blue Magic to share the stage with the most famous performers of the 70s, 80s, and 90s including The Jacksons, Lionel Richie, Marvin Gay, Gladys Knight, and Smokey Robinson.