KWS (band)

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KWS was a British dance act from Nottingham, England consisting of instrumentalists/record producers Chris King and Winston "Winnie" Williams, and vocalist Delroy St. Joseph.wikipedia
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Please Don't Go (KC and the Sunshine Band song)

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They had a number one single in the UK Singles Chart with the double A-side "Please Don't Go" / "Game Boy".
A sound-alike cover of Double You's arrangement was released as the debut single by the British group KWS and hit number one on the UK Singles Chart for five weeks in May 1992 and reached number six on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in October that year.

KWS (album)

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KWS is the only album of British pop/rave band KWS.

Rock Your Baby

In the same year, the British dance group KWS' cover of "Rock Your Baby" reached number eight in the UK Singles Chart.

Ain't Nobody

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Outside the United States, the song topped the charts in the United Kingdom, where the song was also a hit for Gwen Dickey and KWS (reaching No.

Musical ensemble

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KWS was a British dance act from Nottingham, England consisting of instrumentalists/record producers Chris King and Winston "Winnie" Williams, and vocalist Delroy St. Joseph.

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KWS was a British dance act from Nottingham, England consisting of instrumentalists/record producers Chris King and Winston "Winnie" Williams, and vocalist Delroy St. Joseph.

Acronym

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The band's name is an acronym of the members' surnames, King/Williams/St.

Record chart

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They had a number one single in the UK Singles Chart with the double A-side "Please Don't Go" / "Game Boy".

UK Singles Chart

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They had a number one single in the UK Singles Chart with the double A-side "Please Don't Go" / "Game Boy".

A-side and B-side

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They had a number one single in the UK Singles Chart with the double A-side "Please Don't Go" / "Game Boy".

Brit Awards

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They were subsequently nominated for the Best British Newcomer award at the BRIT Awards in 1993.

Never Mind the Buzzcocks

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Keyboard player Chris King appeared on Never Mind the Buzzcocks in the Identity Parade round.

Can't Get Enough of Your Love, Babe

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