Bass player Aristide Zogdoule has played for audiences in Indonesia, Singapore and Belgium, but now calls Washington, D.C., his home.
We remember Chuck Brown, the pioneer of go-go music, a sound that's completely unique to Washington's musical identity. Brown died at 75 on Wednesday.
Brown's signature was a gravelly voice and his ability to lean effortlessly into a groove. The musician was known as the pioneer of a style of music born in Washington, D.C.
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