Joe ‘Pep’ Harris of the Fabulous Peps and The Undisputed Truth

May 8, 2019

Joe Harris cut his first 45 as a schoolboy with Little Joe & The Moroccos and went on to lead the Fabulous Peps and sing with the Ohio Players before Norman Whitfield took him to Motown records where he formed The Undisputed Truth.  The band are back together and have released their first LP in 40 years.  You can hear his journey here:


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