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The O’Jays is an R&B band belonging to Canton, Ohio. The band was originally created in 1958 by Walter Williams, Eddie Levert, Bill Isles, Bobby Massey and William Powell, all of them belonged to Canton McKinley High School. These five friends first named their band “The Triumphs” and later changed it to “The Mascots”. They recorded Miracles in early 1960s which managed to make it to radios around Cleveland. In 1963, the members finally renamed their band to the current “O’Jays” as a tribute to Eddie O’Jay, a Cleveland DJ. If you wish to listen to some of the initial hits of R&B era, grab The O’Jays tickets today.
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In 1963 The O’Jays released a new single named Lonely Drifter which managed to make it to Billboard Hot 100 list, giving them their very first national breakthrough. This hit was followed by the release of the debut studio album named "Comin’ Through." The band managed to gain minor chart ratings throughout the 60’s with songs like Lipstick Traces, Let It All Out, Stand In For Love, Look Over Your Shoulder, One Night Affair, I’ll Be Sweeter Tomorrow and Stand Tall. Despite the fact that none of their songs made it to top ten charts through these years, they were relatively more prominent R&B band in comparison to the others.
The O’Jays first song to make it to top ten charts was I’ll Be Sweeter Tomorrow from 1972. After that they toured heavily and though their tours were successful, with the departure of Bobby and Bill from the band, the remaining trio had almost made up their mind to disband. However, as a last go they signed to "Philadelphia International Records" and their fortunes changed all of a sudden. They managed to release their album "Back Stabbers" and the lead single from it turned out to be their very first mega hit, selling millions of units.
The O’Jays album ‘Backstabbers’ scored several other hits like Time To Get Down, Love Train, Sunshine and 992 Arguments. For the rest of the 70s the band managed to score a number of hit songs and kept their fans excited. Some of these songs include I Love Music, Living for The Weekend and Message In Our Music. Their last track of 70s to hit the charts was Use ta Be My Girl after which they faced a draught and struggled keeping up the pace. Throughout the 80s they continued to release minor hits, however their songs found a bigger fan base and made it to United Kingdom as well.
The O’Jays released a few singles that served as their second breakthrough. Many of these songs managed to make it to UK Top Twenty charts. Their 1987 album titled "Let Me Touch You There" was another hit. They continued to release occasional singles throughout the 90s and early 2000s. "Imagination" their recent album was released in early 2004. The band also appeared in the film named "The Fighting Temptation" with Beyonce Knowles. The band was included in Rock n Roll Hall of Fame in 2005 and later that year they performed at ESPY Awards.
The O’Jays has been honored with the BET’s Lifetime Achievement Award 2009. The next year they got together to perform at the "Rally to Restore Sanity/Fear" held by Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart. The band has since then toured every now and then and continues to entertain its fans with occasional releases. They are currently embarking on yet another tour across the country. If you are a fan of R&B, specially the kind that is embedded in the 80s’ era, attending their upcoming concert in your town will be a treat. For that it would be a good idea to start the search and book your share of The O’Jays tickets today!
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