The Street People
The Street People was the name of two American groups to score hits on the US Billboard charts in the 1970s.
This group was not, however, the same as the R&B/disco group from New Jersey who first began recording in 1974. They were produced by Ray Dahrouge and initially recorded for Spring Records, but their first single flopped. After switching to Vigor Records, they released a full-length self-titled album in 1976 and had several hit singles on the US Billboard R&B chart.
- Roy Daniels
- Milton Daniels
- Thomas "Toot" Williams
- Joe Gardner
- Rick Johnson
|US Black Singles||US Disco Singles|
|1974||"I Wanna Get Over"||-||-|
|1975||"Never Get Enough of Your Love"||98||5|
|1976||"I Wanna Spend My Whole Life with You"||57||-|
|"Wanna Slow Dance with You Baby (At the Disco)"||66||-|
|"You're My One Weakness Girl"||13||12|