Norman Carter of The Delfonics (R.I.P.)

October 1, 2019

At the request of founder member William Hart, Norman Carter continues the Delfonics’ legacy with live performances throughout the west coast of America to enthusiastic audiences.

Here Norman speaks about his life in music and his pride at stepping into those big shoes


And a big thank you to Roseanne Bustamante for the introduction


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