Earth, Wind, and Fire

Earth, Wind, and Fire revolutionized pop music in th 1970s  by integrating African and African-American music into pop in a way that was able to be accepted by a wider audience. 

Earth, Wind, and Fire found inspiration in a wide set of genres and have transcended labels by performing pop, R&B, Jazz, and many other musical styles. The band has remained popular over the decades. With dynamic vocals, a funky horn section, and an overall big amazing sound, it is no wonder the band has remained popular.

One of their most well-known songs is "September" which was released in 1978. "September" was also covered in the movie Trolls.