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In addition, they put on shows at local auditoriums.After attending a rock & roll show, they made the decision to put gospel music on the back burner, transforming their group into the Flames (later renamed the Famous Flames). Little Richard, who Brown admired, put them in contact with his manager, Clint Brantley, who agreed to manage them and made plans for them to record a demo at a local radio station.Their first single, "Please, Please, Please," reached No. They performed "Please, Please, Please," which in 1956 became their first R&B hit.After a string of unsuccessful follow-ups, they found a new manager, Ben Bart (portrayed by Dan Aykroyd, who shared the screen with the real James Brown in the 1980 John Landis comedy movie, the true story confirms that original group members Bobby Byrd, Na Floyd Scott, Sylvester Keels, Nash Knox and Johnny Terry left the group in 1957 due to group managers Ben Bart and Clint Brantley giving James Brown top billing, renaming the group "James Brown and The Famous Flames".They were blindfolded with one hand tied behind their backs.A boxing glove was placed on the free hand, and they swung wildly trying to hit one another.Like in the movie, James went to live with his aunt, referred to as Aunt Honey (real name Hansone Washington), who ran a brothel.
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