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The Scamps



The roots of long-lived R&B vocal group the Scamps lie in the Kansas City chapter of the Civilian Conservation Camp workforce of the late '30s. According to Marv Goldberg's profile in the June 2002 issue of Discoveries, workers Earl Robinson and James Whitcomb regularly passed the days singing and harmonizing with their colleagues, earning the nickname "The Scamps of CC Camp" in the process. In time, lead Robinson and bass Whitcomb began performing with siblings Wyatt and Torren... Read more

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