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South Shore Commission was an R&B/funk group from Washington D.C. Members included Frank McCurry (vocals), Sheryl Henry (vocals), Sidney Lennear (guitar also Known as Sidney Lanier Pinchback 11) and Eugene T. Rogers (drums). They had three Billboard Hot 100 chart hits, the most popular of which, "Free Man," hit number 61 in 1975, reached the top ten on the Soul chart, and went to number one on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart.[1] Sidney Lanier Pinchback 11 now resides near Denver (Colorado). Unfortunately, Sid suffers some health issues but he’s doing well. Sid no longer plays guitar due to muscle neuropathy of his hands. Sid has always been nomadic in a sense. Before settling in Chicago during the mid-60's, Sid lived in Harrisburg, PA. and Gary, IN. In Chicago, Sid recorded for the Chess, Checker, and Cadet Record group, where he worked with the likes of Billy Stewart, who incidently was also from Wash., DC, The Dells, Alvin Cash & the Crawlers who later became Alvin Cash & the Registers (who recorded “Twine Time” and “Barracuda”), the Rotary Connection, the group that Mini Ripperton got her start, Monk Higgins (gotcha), and the great producer/arranger Charles Stepney. Sid was co-writer and session guitar player on many songs recorded in Chicago during the mid to late 60's. Most notably, he was co-writer on Billy Stewart’s “The Whisper’s Getting Louder.” By the early 70's, Sid with his family and fellow musicians moved to Los Angeles. In LA, Sid with other Chicago musician transports formed the group South Shore Commission. They recorded “Free Man” and earned a spot on Don Cornelius’s Soul Train by the mid-70's. Sid is a father of three adult offsprings; daughter Tzynya Pinchback, and sons Sidney 111 (also known as entertainer Sid Fly) and Matthew Pinchback. Respective of his nomadic nature, Sid moved from LA sometime during the 80's, and then to the Denver area where he lives now with son, Sidney 111. References ^ Joel Whitburn's Hot Dance/Disco: 1974-2003, 2004 List of Soul Train artist 75-79 Best of Etta James liner notes Specter Records Chess Records soulfuldetroit Chicagosoul pgs 135-138 See also List of number-one dance hits (United States) List of artists who reached number one on the US Dance chart Preceded by "Ease On Down the Road" by Consumer Rapport "Free Man" Billboard Hot Dance Club Play number-one single June 21, 1975 Succeeded by "Ease On Down the Road" by Consumer Rapport This article on a United States R&B/soul music band, group, or collective is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e