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R.I.P. “Disco Inferno” Singer Jimmy Ellis, Of The Trammps, Dies At 74

Another great talent has passed away. Jimmy Ellis, 74, lead singer of the Philadelphia rhythm and blues band the Trammps, whose hit “Disco Inferno” was featured in the 1977 movie Saturday Night Fever, died Thursday, March 8, in Rock
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