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Name  Rob Parissi
Role  Singer

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Albums  Wild Cherry, Only the Wild Survive, Electrified Funk, I Love My Music, East Coast Vibe
Similar People  Bryan Bassett, Mark Avsec, Vanilla Ice, Donnie Iris, TJ Lubinsky

Music group  Wild Cherry (1970 – 1979)

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Robert "Rob" Parissi is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist, perhaps best known as frontman for the American funk group Wild Cherry, best known for their 1976 Parissi-penned chart-topper "Play That Funky Music". He was born in 1950 and raised in the steel mill town of Mingo Junction, Ohio. He graduated from Mingo High School in 1968. Rob formed the band Wild Cherry in 1970 in Steubenville, Ohio, one mile north of Mingo Junction along the Ohio River. The band played the Ohio Valley region, Wheeling, West Virginia and the rest of the Northern West Virginia panhandle, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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After Wild Cherry disbanded in 1979 without another major hit, Parissi became a producer and dedicated himself to adult contemporary music. He writes and records in the Smooth Jazz genre and has collaborated with Steve Oliver and Will Donato.

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With Wild Cherry


  • Wild Cherry, 1976
  • Electrified Funk, 1977
  • I Love My Music, 1978
  • Only the Wild Survive, 1979
  • Solo

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  • Late Bloomer, 2008
  • Boca Ciega Bay, 2010
  • Ocean Sunset, 2011
  • East Coast Vibe, 2011
  • The Real Deal, 2012


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    References

    Rob Parissi Wikipedia


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