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Plainfield Avenue & Third Street, Plainfield, NJ

When: 1955

What: When he was 16, the funk pioneer formed a Doo-wop group inspired by Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers called The Parliaments while working at a barber salon straightening hair. They would later become Parliament, the acid-funk alter-ego of Funkadelic.


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