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EDITORS’ NOTES

The Chicago pop group The American Breed turned into the funky Rufus after they added lead singer Chaka Khan. Her popularity would outstrip that of the band, but Rufus had a chemistry of its own. One of their early fans was Stevie Wonder, who wrote them a breakthrough hit with 1974's “Tell Me Something Good.” A few hits later Khan tentatively launched a solo career, splitting and rejoining Rufus no fewer than three times; each time they released a less-successful album without her. Finally she returned for 1983's Stompin' at the Savoy, which took Rufus out of the picture in style.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Chicago pop group The American Breed turned into the funky Rufus after they added lead singer Chaka Khan. Her popularity would outstrip that of the band, but Rufus had a chemistry of its own. One of their early fans was Stevie Wonder, who wrote them a breakthrough hit with 1974's “Tell Me Something Good.” A few hits later Khan tentatively launched a solo career, splitting and rejoining Rufus no fewer than three times; each time they released a less-successful album without her. Finally she returned for 1983's Stompin' at the Savoy, which took Rufus out of the picture in style.

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