Frankie Beverly Bibliography

Gordon, Ed. “Frankie Beverly, the Soul of Maze.” NPR, NPR, 1 July 2005,, Alex.

“Maze | Biography & History.” AllMusic,

Britt, Bruce. “Even after 40 Years, Maze and Frankie Beverly Play On.” The Undefeated, The Undefeated, 12 July 2017,

Okarmus, Matt. “Six Things to Know about Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly.” The Montgomery Advertiser, 13 May 2015,

Alex Rawls Special to The Advocate. “Upbeat Frankie Beverly Slides Right Back into Lineup at New Orleans’ Essence Music Festival.” The Advocate, 3 Sept. 2015,

“Black Music Month: The Oral History Of Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly’s ‘Before I Let Go’.”,







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