Earth, Wind & Fire
Learn more about the members of Earth, Wind & Fire, whose music has spanned such genres as pop, R&B and soul, including Maurice White, Philip Bailey, Larry Dunn, Verdine White and Al McKay. Explore full biographies, photos and videos, only at Biography.com.
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profile name: Verdine White profile occupation: Bassist, Songwriter, Music Producer
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profile name: Al McKay profile occupation: Songwriter, Guitarist, Music Producer
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profile name: Philip Bailey profile occupation: Songwriter, Music Producer, Singer
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profile name: Larry Dunn profile occupation: Songwriter, Pianist, Music Producer
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profile name: Maurice White profile occupation: Songwriter, Drummer, Music Producer, Singer
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