Known to all his fans as Boozie, Marshall C Booze Jr. was born in Baltimore and began playing professionally in his early teens. By the time he was in high school, he was playing with a well-known local recording star, Jimmy Dotson and the Wild Ones. He helped to organize a group called the Soul Serenaders of which he became the guitar player; the late Benny Johnson was the lead singer. The group released two songs in 1966 titled 'Fresh Out Of Teardrops' and 'What Would You Do' at Tarx1010 Studio in New York City.

Members

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Marshall C. Booze, Jr. is the guitarist and bandleader of The M C Booze Band. Known to all his fans as Boozie, he began playing professionally in his early teens.
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Mary Fair began her musical career at the early age of 6! She was a member of the vocal group, the Jacobs Sisters, with her three sisters in Darlington, S. C. She is the vocalist and she also plays keys.
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Michael Holliday is a talented all-around musician who lends his music directing and arranging abilities, as well as his experience playing multiple instruments, to the success of band. He plays keys and trumpet.
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Daniel Reid plays drums. He is also drummer, music director, sound engineer at HOLLYWOOD MANAGEMENT & ENTERTAINMENT in Baltimore, Maryland.
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Tony Jones plays bass. He is also the Music Director of Wayside Baptist Church in Baltimore and the manager of the Calvary Crusaders of Baltimore.

 

 

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