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Earth Wind & Fire

Earth Wind & Fire (Band)

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Alternative Name Earth Wind and Fire
Earth Wind & Fire
Ewf
Group Members Philip Bailey
Verdine White
Ralph Johnson
B. David Whitworth
Myron McKinley
John Paris
Philip Bailey, Jr.
Morris O' Connor
Serg Dimitrijevic
Morris O'Connor
Philip Bailey Jr.
Morris O'Connor
Past Group Members Maurice White (deceased)
Michael Beal
Leslie Drayton
Wade Flemons (deceased)
Yackov Ben Israel
Jeff Bowen
Sherry Scott
Alexander Thomas
Chester Washington
Don Whitehead
Roland Bautista (deceased)
Jessica Cleaves (deceased)
Larry Dunn
Ronnie Laws
Johnny Graham
Al McKay
Andrew Woolfolk
Fred White
Beloyd Taylor
Sonny Emory
Sheldon Reynolds
Carl Carwell
Vincent Canfield
Dick Smith
Vance Taylor
Chris Turner
Fred Ravel
Morris Pleasure
David Romero
Mike McKnight
Robert Brookins (deceased)
Gordon Campbell
Bobby Gonzales
Daniel de los Reyes
Kimberly Brewer
John Johnson
Krystal Bailey
Kim Johnson
Greg "G-Mo" Moore
Vadim Zilberstein
Maurice White
Wade Flemons
Alex Thomas
Jessica Cleaves
Roland Bautista
Phenix Horns
Earth, Wind & Fire Horns
Don Myrick
Doug Carn
Robert Brookins
Greg "G-Moe" Moore
Michael Harris
Louis Satterfield
Gorden Campbell
Music Genre(s) R&B
soul
funk
jazz
disco
pop
psychedelic soul
rock
dance
Music Genre R&B
Origin Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Year(s) Active 1971–present
1969–present
Record Label Warner Bros.
ARC
Columbia
Legacy
Sanctuary
American Recording Company
Kalimba Music
Official Websites earthwindandfire.com
earthwindandfire.com
Associated Acts Ramsey Lewis
The Pharaohs
Charles Stepney
Phenix Horns
The Emotions
Caldera
Chicago
Deniece Williams
Toto
George Benson
LL Cool J
David Foster
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Earth, Wind & Fire (abbreviated as EW&F or simply EWF) is an American band that has spanned the musical genres of R&B, soul, funk, jazz, disco, pop, rock, dance, Latin, and Afro pop. They have been described as one of the most innovative and commercially successful acts of all time. Rolling Stone called them "innovative, precise yet sensual, calculated yet galvanizing" and declared that the band "changed the sound of black pop". VH1 has also described EWF as "one of the greatest bands" ever.

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