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Razzy Bailey

Nation musician who released many albums and music, including his debut one, “9,999,999 Tears,” that was released in 1966. He spent some time working being a fundraiser and advocate for Type 1 diabetes analysis. He was an associate into the future Farmers of America string music group from his senior high school. His music, also young, was inspired by performers like Bruce Springsteen. He began his own documenting studio known as Razzy’s Hit Home. He remarried to Faye Shiny in 1994 following the suicide of his wife of thirty-seven years. He documented his own edition of Wilson Pickett’s melody, “In the Midnight Hour,” and it became popular.

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