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Inez & Charlie Foxx

Inez & Charlie Foxx

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Inez and Charlie Foxx: Gospel Voice and Lunatic Gestures...

Profile and Interview by Maureen Cleave, The Evening Standard, 11 July 1964

CHARLES AND Inez Foxx are a handsome pair. To the initiated and fortunate few in this country who have heard them, they are known as ...

Inez & Charlie Foxx: The Pounding Breakthrough

Profile and Interview by Guy Stevens, Record Mirror, 1 August 1964

ONE OF THE biggest and most interesting breakthroughs in the record industry here in recent months is the appearance of Inez Foxx with 'Hurt By ...

Four Days in Liverpool For the Stones

Report by Bill Harry, Mersey Beat, 24 September 1964

LAST WEEK the Rolling Stones were in Liverpool for four days. With a show in Liverpool, Chester, Manchester and Wigan. They based themselves at the ...

Other Stars View The Stones

Interview by uncredited writer, Beat Instrumental, January 1965

THOSE ROLLING STONES, with their headline-hogging activities have always been controversial. There are more Stone-knockers than door-knockers in some of the snootier parts of the ...

Inez And Charlie Foxx: The Flamingo, London

Live Review by Bill Millar, Soul Music Monthly, April 1967

On the two or three previous occasions Charlie and Inez have played the Flamingo, the club has been packed to capacity. On the 25th the ...

Inez and Charlie Foxx: A Family Affair

Profile and Interview by Bill Carpenter, Goldmine, 1 August 1997

A LOT of recording artists can say they've had hits, but few can say they've had a hit almost everyone knows the words to even ...

Inez and Charlie Foxx

Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, The Faber Companion of 20th-Century Popular Music, 2001

Charlie, b. 29 October 1939, Greensboro, North Carolina, USA, d. 18 September 1998; Inez, b. 9 September 1944, Greensboro ...

see also Inez Foxx


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