Zapp Biography

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Zapp is a legendary funk and soul band that emerged in the late 1970s and made a lasting impact on the music industry. Known for their infectious grooves, innovative use of synthesizers, and electrifying performances, Zapp revolutionized the funk genre and influenced countless artists.

Formed in Dayton, Ohio, Zapp was led by the charismatic frontman Roger Troutman and consisted of his brothers Larry, Lester, and Terry, as well as various other talented musicians. Their music combined elements of funk, R&B, and electro, creating a distinct and futuristic sound that set them apart.

Zapp’s breakthrough came with their debut self-titled album in 1980, which spawned the hit single “More Bounce to the Ounce.” The song became an anthem for the funk movement and solidified Zapp’s place in music history. They continued to release successful albums throughout the 1980s, with tracks like “Dance Floor” and “Computer Love” becoming fan favorites.

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Band Name Zapp
Formed Late 1970s
Hometown Dayton, Ohio, United States
Members Roger Troutman, Larry Troutman, Lester Troutman, Terry Troutman, and others
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Siblings Roger Troutman, Larry Troutman, Lester Troutman, Terry Troutman, and others


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Band Active in the music industry
Funk and Soul Music Pioneer of the funk genre

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Twitter @ZappRoger
Facebook Zapp Band
YouTube Zapp and Roger Troutman

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