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Billy 'Stix' Nicks Motown Drummer RIP

Billy 'Stix' Nicks Motown Drummer RIP cover

Billy Nicks Passed recently

Nicks and “The Rhythm Rockers” came into their own on the summer of 1954 (still existing and lead by Nicks). The original Rhythm Rockers line up consisted of: Billy “Stix” Nicks (drums, vocals, band leader), Junior Walker (saxophone) and Fred Patton (piano, vocals).

 Billy “Stix” Nicks played and recorded on Motown with “Jr. Walker and The All Stars” for the 1965 LP release, “Roadrunner”, on songs: “How Sweet Is To Be Loved By You”, “Pucker Up Buttercup” and title track “Roadrunner”. Unfortunately, due to record company and production issues Nicks never received documented credits or royalties for the Motown “Roadrunner” release.

 





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35 minutes ago, tomangoes said:

RIP to a real 'soul star'

Ed

How sad. Roadrunner anthem to a generation of young soulies in the 70.s R. I. P. Billy Nicks 

Steve 

 

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