Lonnie's Boys 

From gospel-quartet singing to free jazz and doo-wop, the Smith family has influenced not only Richmond's music, but America's.

It takes a lot to blow the mind of a musician who specializes in cosmic space jazz. "Oh man, I can't believe this," Lonnie Liston Smith Jr. says from his home in Short Pump. "I'm looking on the computer and ..…

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