Morris Day

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About Morris Day

A suave funk showman whose smooth vocals are peppered with indelible ad-libs, Morris Day is known most for having fronted the Time since the band's 1981 inception. Catalysts of the funk-rooted Minneapolis sound, the Time put three singles in the Top 40 of the pop chart, and all five of their albums have hit the R&B Top Ten. Day has also put together an equal number of solo albums, starting with a pair of his own Top Ten R&B LPs, 1985's Color of Success and 1987's Daydreaming, released after the Time's first breakup. The latter set featured his biggest solo hit, the number one R&B single "Fishnet," a typically swaggering song written by Day with bandmates and producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. Day presented the celebratory and guest-filled Last Call in 2022 as his final solo album.

Springfield, IL, United States
December 13, 1957
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