Harry Wayne Casey is an American musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer better known by his stage name K.C. He is best known for his band, K.C., and the Sunshine Band, as well as for producing multiple songs for other musicians and for being a pioneer of the 1970s disco genre.
“That’s the Way I Like It” followed in the footsteps of “Get Down…,” reaching number one R&B in October 1975 and number one pop in November 1975. K.C. and the Sunshine Band have achieved multiplatinum status.
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Harry Wayne Casey’s Biography
Casey was born in Opa-Locka, Florida, on January 31, 1951. After high school, Casey attended Miami-Dade Junior College while working part-time at a drugstore.
Casey later established friends with the staff of Tone Distributors and its subsidiary label, T.K. Records. While working at a record store, and was invited to check out the firm’s recording studio. Now, he resides in Miami Lakes.
The multiplatinum singer is not dating anyone as of 2022. He had at least one past relationship.
But details about this are not released and were never seen with anyone. And he was never married before.
Alleged involvement in sex offense
K.C. and the Sunshine Band’s co-founder, Richard R Finch, has been arrested on allegations of having sex with adolescent males. After a 17-year-old musician told Ohio police they had sex at the 56-year-home, old’s, the band’s former bassist, was reportedly called in for questioning.
Immediately, the press made claims about the band’s front man’s involvement with the case. Rumors about Casey having intercourse with teenage boys quickly spread.
But the singer cleared his name and released a statement saying he is clean and has no participation in Finch’s offense. He also said that “I created K.C. and the Sunshine Band in 1973.
Mr. Finch subsequently joined a year later. While his talent contributed to the early success of the KCSB sound, his involvement ended in 1980.” He then distanced himself and remained focused on his music and private life.