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The history of Wildflower

Known primarily in the 70's and 80's as a funk and disco band, Wildflower had a long run as one of Norristown's premier night club acts. The group started in 1973 from a small nucleus of horn players, who played in then-Bishop Kenrick High School's marching band. Early performances included high school proms and dances, and summer picnics at Mermaid Lake and Lafayette Swim Club. By the mid 1970's, Wildflower was playing several of the New Jersey shore nightclubs, including, Jerry Blavat's Memories in Margate, Tony Mart's in Sommer's Point, and the Stardust in Wildwood. They also played many Philadelphia based clubs, toured in many mid-Atlantic and Midwest cities, and were a regular act at the Village Inn, in East Norriton, PA, as well as TV apperances. The band's later performances were in many Atlantic City casinos. Wildflower offers a big Philly sound along with high energy, current and old school funk, R&B, and soul.

Wildflower 1978
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Old school recording
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Back In The Day

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