By Willie Woods’ estimation, Rahmlee was the biggest star featured on The Chicago Party. Against the show’s roll book of local legends and minor celebrities, Rahmlee’s lengthy track record does seem to place him at the head of the class. Son of Chicago jazz pioneer Richard Davis, Michael began playing trumpet at age ten, his interest and abilities intensifying through graduation from Wendell Phillips High. By this time Davis cut his first solo record in 1972-a two part take on Leon Russell’s “This Masquerade”-he’d adopted the moniker Rahmlee.

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