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Richard Finch, Producer/Arranger / Press

“Rick is arguably, one of the greatest producers of our time.”

“I'm 54 now and glad to tell you I'm STILL playing your bass on the radio (via 93.3 WLZT in Columbus). I dedicated a section of my Web page to your music a while back at www.933wlzt.com. It's still there! Your bass has played every day since our station signed on in January 2004.”

“Rick Finch IS a visionary when it comes to ‘feel good’ hit songs! Through his music and knack for finding/nurturing new talent, Rick shows just how much we need him in the music industry to rekindle the magic it’s been lacking. I'm looking forward to a long, successful affiliation with him.”

“Given your enthusiasm for our educational programs, especially Toddler Rock, we would be thrilled to have you personally participate in an educational program at the Museum. Please contact me when you are next in Cleveland.”

Terry Stewart, President & CEO - Rock and Roll Hall of Fame & Museum

“Rick is an electronics genius. To be his age and to know what he knows and to do what he's done is amazing and unique.”

“The 'great and powerful Oz' behind the KC and the Sunshine Band 'curtain of success' wasn't their lead singer, but rather, the unassuming dark-haired bass player in the back row - Rick Finch.”

“This month GMS took a mighty leap back in time in order to bring an existing star back into the limelight. Rick Finch, KC and the Sunshine Band co-founder/singer/songwriter helped pave the way for other stars with their lyrics and tunes, something Rick continues to do today.”

“Finch recently produced the Memphis Rascals' single, "Boogie Shoes," a big hit for KC and the Sunshine Band that he co-wrote with Harry Wayne Casey in the '70s.”

“Rick continues his commitment to excellence by working with and producing amazing new artists looking to leave their own music legacy.”