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Jimmy "Bo" Horne

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Miami-based vocalist Jimmy "Bo" Horne enjoyed some success in the '70s doing dance-oriented songs and novelty tracks for such labels as Alston and Sunshine. "Dance Across the Floor" was his lone R&B Top 10 hit in 1978, and it was written and produced by Harry Casey, better known as K.C. of K.C. and the Sunshine Band fame. Horne's other Top 20 R&B single was "You Get Me Hot" in 1979 for Sunshine, although the prior release, "Spank," clicked in many clubs during the year. Horne's last single was "Is It In" in 1980, which flopped. ~ Ron Wynn
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