Con Funk Shun

Con Funk Shun is an American R&B and funk band formed in Vallejo, California, in 1969. Originally known as Project Soul, the group changed its name to Con Funk Shun in the early 1970s. The band’s classic lineup included Michael Cooper, Felton Pilate, Karl Fuller, Paul Harrell, Cedric Martin, Louis A. McCall Sr., and Danny Thomas. Con Funk Shun gained popularity in the late 1970s and 1980s with a series of funk and R&B hits, such as “Ffun,” “Love’s Train,” and “Shake and Dance with Me.” Their music showcased a smooth blend of soulful melodies, infectious grooves, and tight instrumentation.


While they may not have achieved the same level of mainstream success as some of their contemporaries, Con Funk Shun remains revered for their contributions to the funk and R&B genres. Their energetic and danceable tunes continue to be enjoyed by fans, and they hold a special place in the history of funk music.

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