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El Paso reminisces with Earth, Wind and Fire

Michaela Román
Earth, Wind and Fire performs at the Don Haskins Center on Thursday Nov. 5.


After nearly 45 years of topping the music charts, America’s seventh top-selling group of all time, Earth Wind and Fire, brought their “Now, Then & Forever” tour to the Don Haskins Center on Nov. 5.

The all-male band consisted of original members Philip Bailey and Ralph Johnson, who are both vocalists and percussionists for the band, as well as bassist Verdine White. Joining the original members, was a brass section, keyboardist, bassist and additional percussionists

Alongside their classic hits such as “September,” “Boogie Wonderland” and “Let’s Groove,” they crooned gentle songs that kept the flow of the show pleasurable for audience members. The band also played songs from their 2013 release album “Now, Then & Forever,” which incorporates the groups R&B, funk, jazz and rock genres.

There vibrant energy of lead singer Philip Bailey pumped the crowd. Saxophonist Gary Bias gave an amazing solo during “After the Love Has Gone,” while bassist Verdine White showcased his talent and energy throughout the show.

The years have not diminished EWF’s presence. Their chemistry and coordinated dance moves proved it’s possible to continue performing from the late ’60s to the 21st century.

EWF closed with “In the Stone” and thanked El Paso for being a great crowd.

According to a press release, the concert will benefit the Hospice El Paso.

Michaela Roman may be reached at [email protected].

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About the Contributor
Michaela Román, Editor-in-Chief
Michaela is a Senior Digital Media Production major at The University of Texas at El Paso. As the Editor-in-Chief, and former Photo Editor of The Prospector, she has learned to stay organized, manage a staff of writers and photographers, meet deadlines, cover events and network with others. She also has freelance experience and a personal photography business. Michaela aspires to work as an editor for a large media outlet and one day go to graduate school to teach photojournalism.
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    SandraNov 9, 2015 at 2:02 PM

    I was in heaven at that concert!
    They were so good – I thought, though, that there would have been more people. Maybe if it had been on a Fri or Saturday.
    Nonetheless, it was great.
    Just love them; hope they come back.

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    Maurice M. SanfordNov 8, 2015 at 4:24 PM

    Like this love EWF.

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