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Name: Theresa Thomas
Location: Washington, DC
Submitted: October 14, 2014 15:02:31
Comments: Recently saw the Chi Lites at the Publick Playhouse
in Cheverly, MD. I really did enjoy the songs from
long ago, it brought memories of the Howard Theatre.
Continue good luck to your group and continue good
health to Mr. Thompson.
Name: Kevin C.
Location: chicago IL
Submitted: October 03, 2014 09:55:54
Comments: I had the GREAT privilege of seeing this group live in 1972 at the MET on 47th and King dr. They had two shows, and after seeing the 1st show I snuck in to see the 2nd show and the but whuppin I got for comming home so late was worth it. I was mesmerized by the outfits and the harmonies. I can still here them sing "GIVE IT AWAY" OH THE MEMORIES!!!!
Name: Adrian Ingham
Location: Coventry UK
Submitted: October 01, 2014 13:05:12
Comments: Had the fantastic privilege of seeing the Chi-lite
in Sale, Manchester 21.01.1980 and shaking the
The song "Have you seen her" 1972, started my
interest in great soul music and is still my all
Looking forward to seeing the group and hearing
the classic song again in early 2015. Keep up the
great entertainment guys !
Name: Katherine Romero
Location: Buchanan, NY
Submitted: October 01, 2014 02:37:53
Comments: I love the Chi Lites! I know good music when I
hear it! Wish I could have met them all!!!
Name: Debbie Gale
Location: Wash DC
Submitted: September 29, 2014 19:34:33
Comments: Loved the unsung program and of course, I love the Chi-Lites. I have been a fan for many years and your music lasts and will stand the test of time. I have so many fond memories from the Carter Barron in DC to other venues. Keep on keeping on and know that you are appreciated and loved.
Name: Junail Hill
Location: Detroit, MI 48227
Submitted: September 28, 2014 00:06:07
Comments: Hello MT! It was wonderful seeing you on Unsung and how wonderful you commented on the group. I hope all is well with you. It's been years since I've seen you, the memories are forever such as Henry's Cocktail Lounge and the Michigan State Fair. I wish you well, and hope our paths cross again one day soon. Keep on keeping on and I'll keep playing those 'Golden Oldies'.
Name: Eloise East
Submitted: September 20, 2014 19:07:20
Comments: Hi Marshall,saw the story of The Chilites, on unsung. what a great story,thank God you have kept them all alive.I only wish there was someone to keep the story and life, of Jackie Wilson,and put his story on unsung. He started it all he was first with Brunswick, and the rest is history. please keep your group alive,you are here for such a time as this.Thanks for the great music your group has produce through the years.May God richly bless you,and all that you do.
See if you know of anyone who can share a light on the story and life of the Great Jackie Wilson.HE WAS ONE OF THE GREATS!!. I'M SURE YOU KNEW HIM PERSONNALLY. THANKS MARSHALL.ALSO PLEASE COME TO CLEVELAND WITH YOUR SHOW,I WOULD LOVE TO MEET YOU.AND THANK YOU IN PERSON.
Name: Kathy Walker
Location: United States
Submitted: September 18, 2014 17:07:11
Comments: Saw the bio on Unsung last night. What great music,
what great memories. Had to chuckle at some of the
outfits but back in the day, they were smokin'!
Brought to work your "Greatest Hits" CD to listen to
and sing along at work.
Name: Mary E. Bryant
Location: Los Angeles, Ca
Submitted: September 18, 2014 10:05:37
Comments: Loved you story on Unsung, I have ALWAYS loved the Chi-Lites, the story was wonderful and bittersweet, I think Eugene Record was one of the most talented songwriters of all time, it's very hard to decide what is my favorite songs, Let Me Be The Man my Daddy Was, Give It Away, Stoned Out Of My Mind, I Want To Pay You Back, so many to choose from, Mr. Marshall Thompson, you keep the legacy alive, May God Bless you always, thank you for all the timeless music....
Name: herbert kidd
Location: United States
Submitted: September 16, 2014 17:52:03
Comments: saw chi-lite at the sugar shack in boston mass in
1972 love always.
Name: terrence hues
Location: United Kingdom
Submitted: September 14, 2014 01:00:02
Comments: oh girl was the song. it helped me pull so many
ladies. i thank god for the chilites and that
Name: Michael Kevin Jones
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Submitted: September 11, 2014 21:11:07
Comments: First I'd like to say I am the oldest son of Creadel "Red" Jones.
He was the best bass singer in the biz. If you want to contact
me you can reach me at 612-251-2918 or 612-499-8226. You
can also go to www.facebook.com/Michael Kanedawg Jones.
Name: Derek Slonaker
Location: United States
Submitted: August 27, 2014 22:45:21
Comments: Would you please email me and tell me who played the
guitar on the recording "Oh Girl?" I've searched
all over the web and cannot find the answer. Oh
girl has to be the best "make-out" and slow dance
song ever. Thanks.
Name: DJ Lewis
Location: Denver, CO
Submitted: August 24, 2014 08:38:53
Comments: I had met Kevin working security at the Pepsi Center in Denver for
the Old School Jam. Wanted to tell him thank you for the amazing
complements and to thank you all for such an incredible
Name: Mary Bryant'Ellis
Location: Jacksonville Florida 32222
Submitted: August 12, 2014 22:38:36
Comments: Just to say My husband and I love the music...My
grandson is Just 18 and when he heard your
music...word escape him...He is a writer and poems
is his dream however. HE written a poem called
Opportunity of Moments ....It's beautiful and the
group's voices will bring it to life...My my is 904-
415_9375...Thank you for the memories of young
love....Have a Bless Day...U
Location: Niagara Falls On Canada
Submitted: August 03, 2014 02:06:07
Comments: ????? Any Canadian tour dates ????? We "LOVE" you
Submitted: July 25, 2014 16:38:16
Comments: Mr. Creadel "Red" Jones should be also remembered for his work as a past member of the group Chi Lites. After leaving the group, no one really knew what happened or what happened to him. His story suddenly vanished as the years passed without his past group members never thanked him or even give him his recognition which sadden his fans. A biopic would be AWESOME. Creadel "Red" Jones Story. Love the ChiLites
Name: Christopher Girsch
Location: United States
Submitted: June 28, 2014 16:46:01
Comments: On my morning walk with our dog this morning, "Oh
Girl" popped in my head for some reason. I
starting thinking what a great tune it is (not
having heard it in 40 years). I checked it out and
realized you are, having never been in a position
to know the music. Great new discovery for me.
Classic, tasteful and very classy. I'm a fan now.
When will you do a concert in Iowa?
Name: Jackie C
Location: Washington DC
Submitted: June 05, 2014 16:45:05
Comments: I was cleaning off my desktop computer and found that I had saved this website from a few years ago! I clicked on it and was so excited it still worked so I went in and first thing I saw was one of my all time favorites, That's How Long! So I clicked on that! OMG I remembered every word!! Tears are in my eyes now as I remember how much I loved and still love the Chi-Lites. Marshall thanks for keeping the memories alive and only the best to you. May the others continue their eternal rest knowing they left songs and beautiful music in many many hearts, and especially mine. I love you Eugene Record!!
Name: Betty Gainer
Location: milwaukee, wisconsin
Submitted: May 20, 2014 18:34:51
Comments: I just love all of you! I saw you perform in Lisle Illinois at the Sheraton Hotel May 10th 2014 and you brougth back so many ole school memories! Wonderful show! Marshall you look great! I will never forget you! Love, Betty