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January 30, 2013
I read one of his 1990 interviews and it was so genuine and earthly. Its so sad u cant hear or listen to great music like Ecstacy, Pain, Funky Worm, Heaven Must Be Like This, Honey, etc... But at the age of 9, when I heard "Skin Tight", I thought these guys were from another planet. Growing up in Wisconsin, there's no greater funk bands than the bands from Ohio and the PLAYERS started it all with a guy named Sugar that gave it his all to keep it alive for decades and generations to come. He's very inspirational and I'm going to continue to listen to him mostly everyday because I have all of their music!!!
January 30, 2013
My thoughts and prayers go out to the Bonner family. We will miss you Sugarfoot. Thank you for all the great music!
January 30, 2013
""REST IN PARADISE"" MR LEROY"SUGARFOOT" BONNER OHIO PLAYER FOR LIFE....
January 30, 2013
Now you will be playing for the King. Make it funky. Rest in peace. Thank you for being apart of a great musical history of Dayton.
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