Septimus is a Seattle-based group recently given attention as part of the 2009 documentary film “Wheedle’s Groove.” The group formed in the early 70s and has been an integral part of the Seattle soul and funk scene ever since. Leader Herman Brown was part of the Motown group “Ozone,” and has played with Sammy Davis, Jr, Billy Preston, Teena Marie, Shalimar and Al Green. Being a family band of musicians, songwriters, producers and performers has greatly added to the longevity of this talented group. In the 70s and 80s, Septimus operated a rehearsal studio in the Fremont area of Seattle and provided practice space for some of Seattle’s famous grunge bands. Septimus is comprised of Frankie B (vocals & keyboards), Coleman ‘Bluesman’ Brown (guitar), Ronald Abraham Brown (bass) and Herman HB Brown (guitar).
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