Janice Marie Johnson and Hazel Payne

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Janice Marie Johnson (bass)left and Hazel Payne (guitar)

were best know for 1978 album

“A Taste of Honey”

woch contained their biggest hit

“Boogie Oogie Oogie” 


Associated News


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Janice Marie Johnson (bass) and Hazel Payne (guitar)

in an outtake from the cover shoot for their 1978 album,

“A Taste of Honey”


Photography By [Cover] – Dick Zimmerman

Photography By [Liner] – Levy Rosenberg


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Lena Horne London’s Leicester Square 1964

Great Britain London Lena Horne Leicester Square

Lena Horne, the American songstress pictured in London’s Leicester Square, United Kingdom on Sept. 9, 1964, during a break from a ‘press conference’ given in her honor at The Talk of the Town where she is scheduled to appear on Monday, September 14 th. A youth passes by Lena, and does not recognize her, and ponders to whom and what the attention paid her is for.

(AP Photo/Bob Dear)