Switch was an R&B/funk band that found fame recording for the Gordy label in the late 1970s releasing hit songs such as "There'll Never Be", "I Call Your Name" and "The Best Beat in Town" and influenced bands such as DeBarge, which featured members Bobby and Tommy's siblings. Named due to their ability to ‘switch’ to different instruments during a song, the group got the attention of Jermaine Jackson who heard the group’s demo tape and within days the group was promptly signed to the Motown Records subsidiary label, Gordy. There, they recorded and released their self titled debut album in 1978. Since 2010 Switch has reunited featuring 3 original members, 1 original sessions/on stage guitarist, and 3 new members.
Harry J. Coombs is a true legend in the music industry. He was national field representative for Gamble and Huff (Philadelphia International Records) and has been involved with too many artist to beign to name. Harry has worn many hats and is a wealth of knowledge on how the music business works. His story has just been released in the book "My Musical Journey, and we are pleased to have him on WDKK Radio to share with you.
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