On May 15, 2014, five residents of Prince George’s County filed a $10 million lawsuit against PGC Country for the Bill which amended dance hall regulations in 2011. Continue reading Prince George’s County Residents File $10 Million Lawsuit Against Anti-Dance Bill
Studio B in One World Studios in Washington D.C.. Dwayne Lee “Super Bad III” (Godisheus) broke down a lick he came up with. Keep an eye out he’s played with pretty much every Go-Go band in the District (to include Redds & The Boys, Little Benny & The Rockers, Familiar Faces, and Faycez U Know). Hold your attention towards the end there’s a solo clip he’s on during his last live recording. WATCH VIDEO CLIP BELOW: Continue reading Dwayne Lee “Super Bad III” [Lead Guitarist]
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The following is a live video footage of the Washington, D.C. go-go band Rare Essence… shot at the Black Hole during the late 80s/early 90s. Featuring the late Quintin “Footz” Davdison on drums. Also featuring Milton “GoGo Mickey” Freeman on congas, and Quintin “Shorty Dud” Ivey on roto-tombs. Continue reading Rare Essence (late 80s/early 90s) feat. Footz, GoGo Mickey and Shorty Dud [live video]
In his latested video blog release, Go-Go Mickey sends out a Happy Birthday message and share a memory of legendary drummer – one of the greatest to emerge from the Go-Go circuit – Quentin “Footz” Davidson! Check out Mickey’s messsage. Then click the banner above and check out everything else that he has in store for you. Other links about Footz to check out: REMEMBERING FOOTZ – (TMOTTGOGO Sept. 1999) 1994 WAMA HALL OF FAME Continue reading HAPPY BIRTHDAY, FOOTZ!!!
“The Vault” is a segment of TMOTT TV where we open the vault and take you on cruises through a series of live concerts performed by Washington DC area Go-Go Band… past & present. In this volume, we reach in to 1987 and pull out Rare Essence Live @ The Capital Center. Continue reading TMOTT TV’s The Vault – Vol. 1
In this episode we salute the celebration of President Elect Barack Obama. As well, we take you inside the Smithsonian Anacostia Museum and present clips from the dedication memory ceremony to Robert “Dyke” Reed of Trouble Funk. To include Charles Hankerson, Maurice Shorter, Buggy of BYB, Kato Hammond, Big Tony Fisher and Taylor Reed. Continue reading Showtime, Obama & Trouble Funk