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(October 16, 2016) We are sad to report to SoulTrackers that Larry “Bingo” Marcus, a founding member of 90s R&B hitmaking group The Rude Boys, and writer of their classic smash hit “Written All Over Your Face,” has died.

The Rude Boys first joined together in Cleveland, Ohio with members Marcus, Joe Little III, Edward Lee Banks, Dwight Thompson and Melvin Sephus, and were discovered by Gerald Levert. Signed by Atlantic Records, the group released the debut album, Rude Awakenings, which yielded a #1 R&B hit with its second single, “Written All Over Your Face,” featuring Gerald Levert singing lead. READ MORE On Soul Tracks

Larry “Bingo” Marcus of Singing Group The Rude Boys Has Died  was originally published on wzakcleveland.com

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