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  1. Bobby Byrd is a nationally recognized poet and publisher from El Paso, Texas.
  2. Bobby Byrd was an gospel musician and songwriter, and a sideman to James Brown.
  3. Bobby Byrd, a longtime James Brown collaborator and a co-founder of the Famous Flames, died Wednesday of cancer at his home in Loganville, Ga.
  4. Bobby Byrd was raised in the relative security of a church going family in Toccoa, Georgia in 1934.

Friend Bobby Byrd

  1. The Famous Flames Mr. Brown’s first band was the Gospel Starlighters, a quartet led by his friend Bobby Byrd. (Web site)


  1. While there, he met Bobby Byrd, whose family took Brown into their home.


  1. Mr. Brown attracted the interest of Bobby Byrd, a singer and piano player in a group called the Gospel Starlighters.
  2. James Brown joined his friend Bobby Byrd in a group that sang gospel in and around Toccoa, Georgia. (Web site)

Solo Career

  1. In 1973 his son, Teddy, was killed in an auto accident, and Bobby Byrd quit the band to pursue a solo career. (Web site)


  1. However, two members of the Flames, Bobby Byrd and Lloyd Stallworth, co-wrote the tune with Brown, and Byrd plays organ on the recording.


  1. While incarcerated, Brown made the acquaintance of Bobby Byrd, who performed with his family gospel group at the institution.
  2. At 16, he was convicted of armed robbery and made the acquaintance of Bobby Byrd. (Web site)


  1. Many members came and left the band over the years, but Bobby Byrd remained Mr. Brown's sideman for the next three decades. (Web site)

Famous Flames

  1. She is the widow of Bobby Byrd (the original founder of The Famous Flames) and the mother of Carleen Anderson.
  2. However, the members of his original vocal group, The Famous Flames, including Bobby Byrd, were not. (Web site)

James Brown

  1. James Brown got his start when Bobby Byrd invited him to join the group that would become the Famous Flames in late 1952. (Web site)
  2. Bobby Byrd and the Flames brought James brown in to the game.

Gospel Group

  1. There he met Bobby Byrd, leader of a gospel group and later became his life-long friend.
  2. Immediately upon his release Brown formed a gospel group with Terry and Bobby Byrd called The 3 Swanees. (Web site)

Bobby Byrd

  1. The Famous Flames was an R&B vocal group founded by Bobby Byrd that performed with James Brown during the early years of his career.
  2. Jim Ward has a musical side project with Bobby Byrd, a nationally recognized poet and publisher from El Paso, Texas.


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