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In the early years for Clif Payne  Harlem's Sugar Hill in 1959 to Evansville, Indiana to San Francisco

My Father/Musician, James "Buddy" Payne is murdered in Harlem, 1957
       My mom, Aline, moves the family back to Evansville--her hometown
      

       In schooling; Chesnut-Walnut, Lincoln & Vogel elementary schools, graduated from Vogel in 1968
                William Warfield, famous African American baritone, visited Lincoln School
        North High School, graduated in 1972
                 sang in concert choir played guitar and violin, played and sang in musicals

Music, Rock & Soul Bands.
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               We played at the Fall Festival and Evansville Jazz Club

 As a youngster living in Evansville, Indiana, Clif sang in his grandfather's church choir at McFarland Baptist Church, then later, New Hope Baptist Church.     Music figures prominently in Clif's family. His father, James "Buddy" Payne was a reedsman who gigged with jazz legends, Clif's mother was a talented vocalist who once backed Nat "King" Cole in a vocal ensemble.     Clif has performed with Freda Payne, Evelyn "Champagne" King, Norman Connors, Bobby McFerrin, Ellis Hall, Sheena Easton, Peggy Blu, Four Play drummer Harvey Mason, jazz fusionists Hiroshima, Chicago vocalist Bill Champlin. Clif has opened for Dan Siegel, Tony Bennett, Johnny Mathis and Dionne Warwick.      

 

 

   
 

 

 

 

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