The Trammps Featuring Earl Young Set to Make a Disco Cruise Splash [Interview]

The Trammps Featuring Earl Young — Image Courtesy of Earl Young

The Trammps Talent was Clear from the Start

Many of the bandmates worked together to not only perform, but also write the faved songs that put The Trammps on the map. They began as an R&B group before segueing into huge disco stardom. Before securing their first gold with “Disco Inferno,” released in 1977, the group had already earned accolades from fans. It is drummer Young who is credited with creating the Philly sound.

The Trammps Live Up to Best Disco Group Title

As The Trammps continued with recording sessions, they also found themselves touring to fulfil the wants of fans seeking to dance away to their favorite disco group live. The group metaphorically threw a match to ignite the dance craze flame with their hit “Disco Inferno,” from the same titled Atlantic album, in 1977.

Earl Young Continues Spreading The Trammps Joyful Sound

As an original band member, and a writer for several of The Trammps songs, Young’s heart has stayed true to fans in his want to perform The Trammps music to live audiences. The Trammps Featuring Earl Young has traveled to bring music joy and notes performances on such highly regarded stages as the White House, Disneyland, and London’s Hammersmith Odeon.

Interview at Dance Fever 40th Anniversary Concert

The Trammps Featuring Earl Young at Dance Fever 40th Anniversary Concert -Image by Carol Ruth Weber

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Carol Ruth Weber

Carol Ruth Weber

Carol’s objective is to write pieces that inspire and stimulate. Her work is seen on multiple platforms including Huff Post, CBS, NYNJ, care.com, and many more.