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For more than 40 years, Tony Brown's voice has been synonymous with the sounds of the night in the Delaware Valley. Tony's career in radio began on Temple University's WRTI in 1969, but his interest in radio actually began to develop around age 4.
Tony performs on "Quiet Storm", the theme song for his radio program, that he co-wrote with Bert Willis and Philadelphia musicians Rob Arthurs and Rudy Gay.
Tony's well-ordered priorities are God; his wife Sunshine and their family; career; rest; leisure activities; more rest; and various hobbies and other interests. He credits his success and longevity in radio to God and his loyal listeners, "without whom the past 40+ years would not have been possible... I'd love to be on the radio for many more."
Tony Brown's beautiful granddaughter Juliana
Dell Music Center -- concert with The Chi-lites, The Stylistics, Breakwater, and The Whispers
Remembering Bobby Martin, known as one of the architects of the "Sound of Philadelphia". Bobby died of a sudden illness at age 83 on Friday, September 6, 2013. He was a key producer and arranger who worked with virtually every great soul music artist of the 70s, from Lou Rawls, to LTD to the Manhattans to Tavares. Songs ranging from "Me and Mrs. Jones" to "Kiss and Say Goodbye" to the theme from Soul Train all bore Martin's touch. His arrangements can also be heard on songs by Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes (If You Don’t Know Me By Now), the Three Degrees (When Will I See You Again), Lou Rawls (You’ll Never Find Another Love Like Mine), the Jacksons (Enjoy Yourself), L.T.D. (Back in Love Again), Larry Graham (One in a Million You) and many others. Martin is also credited with giving Patti LaBelle her stage name.