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Encyclopedia > The Honey Cone

The Honey Cone was an American all-female soul music group from the 1970s. The Honey Cone was comprised of Edna Wright, Carolyn Willis, and Shellie Clark. In 1971, with the help of Eddie Holland and Lamont Dozier, the group had a Number One hit on Billboard Magazine's charts with the song Want Ads. The group broke up in 1973, just four years after they started singing together. Soul Music is the sixteenth Discworld novel by Terry Pratchett, published in 1994. ... Edward Holland, Jr. ... Lamont Dozier, along with the brothers Brian Holland and Edward Holland, Jr. ... An example of a Billboard Magazine. ...


On October 2, 1971, The Honey Cone was one of three guest performers on the first episode of the television show Soul Train. Soul Train is a long-running American music-related syndicated television program. ...


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VH1.com : Honey Cone : Biography - Urge Music Downloads (769 words)
Although Honey Cone (which lead singer Wright formed in 1969) was based in Los Angeles, their recordings were Northern-style soul -- specifically, Detroit soul.
Honey Cone's first release, a 1969 single titled "While You're Out Looking for Sugar," was also Hot Wax's first release.
Honey Cone's next single, "Girls, It Ain't Easy," was equally Motown-sounding and did become a major hit, reaching number eight on Billboard's R&B singles chart.
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