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Ronnie Bright (1930–2015)

Pianist, singer, songwriter ("Missing You"), and composer. After college, he became an accompanist to Sarah Vaughan, Lena Horne and Nancy Wilson. He also performed as pianist and singer with his own trio. Joining ASCAP in 1959, his other song compositions include "Be a Sweet Pumpkin", "Talk to My Heart" and "Funnier than Funny". See full bio »


(age 85)

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Good Times Himself


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 1969 They Shoot Horses, Don't They?
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 1978 Good Times (TV Series)
- That's Entertainment, Evans Style (1978) ... Himself (as The Rondell Bright Quintet)

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Single: Back-up singer on "Who Put the Bomp" by Barry Mann. See more »

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The Rondell Bright Quintet

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Former member of The Coasters.

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