He carried a deep voice and was usually seen in his staple round-rimmed black hat with his wavy hair and dark shades hanging below. Known as the “Godfather of Go-Go,” Chuck Brown, died May 16th at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. He was 75.
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His manager, who said he died from complications of sepsis, confirmed his death.
The local D.C. musical giant, born in Gaston, N.C., and known for his group’s 1979 chart-topping hit “Bustin’ Loose.”
Earlier this month, Brown’s family revealed that he had pneumonia and he recently cancelled a planned performance at the newly renovated Howard Theatre in April due to his health concerns.