King Errisson

King Errisson (born Oct. 29, 1941) is a percussionist from Nassau, Bahamas, who has appeared on hundreds of albums over a half-century career. During the late 1960s, he assisted soul-jazz and exotica recordings by Freddie Roach, Les Baxter, and Freddy Robinson, plus soul-pop foursome The Friends of Distinction. In 1970, Errisson released his Canyon Records […]

The Beginning of the End

The Beginning of the End were a funk band from Nassau, Bahamas, that released two albums on Atlantic-subsidiary Alston during the 1970s. The first, Funky Nassau, spawned a stateside top-20 hit with the title-track. A lustrum later, the band issued Beginning of the End with Moog/Arp work by Three Chuckles legend Teddy Randazzo. Members: Raphael “Ray” […]


T-Connection were a Nassau, Bahamas, funk band that released eight albums between 1977 and 1984. During the last three years of the ’70s, the band recorded four albums for T.K.-subsidiary Dash, scoring hits abroad with “Do What You Wanna Do” and “At Midnight.” A switch to Capitol generated four further albums during the early ’80s. […]


Bahamas were a French symphonic-rock quartet formed by the backing musicians of popular Parisian singer Christophe. As an autonomous unit, the band released the album Le Voyageur Immobile on Polydor in 1976. Members: Patrice Tison (guitar), Didier Batard (bass), Dominique Perrier (keyboards), Roger Rizzitelli (drums) Discography: Le Voyageur Immobile (1976)