Frankie Beverly: The Magic Behind MAZE

Norment, Lynn
June 1984
Ebony;Jun1984, Vol. 39 Issue 8, p36
The article talks about singer and songwriter Frankie Beverly and the soul/pop group Maze. It states that the singer and the band's four shows were sold out at the Arie Crown Theater in Chicago, Illinois, which prompted them to extend their tour to two more shows the following weekend. The author notes that the band's appeal rests on their music and live performances where the audience experience happy feeling.


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