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Motor City Music (feat. Robert Wagner and the Harmonie Park Allstars) - Single

Dick Wagner

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Amazing

This song is going to feed the hungry, the cold,and homeless on the streets of Detroit. The money you spend will help Brother Al continue his work bringing hot coffee and food to those in need. This song celebrates what is great about our city.
Dick Wagner is a great humanitarian and all the musicians on this song are amazing. They all gave their time and talent to help those less fortunate.

Biography

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

As one of renowned producer Bob Ezrin's hired guns throughout much of the '70s, guitarist Dick Wagner lent his playing (and in some cases, songwriting) talents to some of the decade's biggest hard rock albums, including Lou Reed's Rock N' Roll Animal, Alice Cooper's Welcome to My Nightmare, and Kiss' Destroyer. Hailing from the Detroit area, Wagner's first true band, the Frost, formed in the late '60s as they built up a substantial following in the Michigan area (which at the time also nurtured such...
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Motor City Music (feat. Robert Wagner and the Harmonie Park Allstars) - Single, Dick Wagner
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  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Feb 15, 2012

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