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THE PRODUCERS



The Producers "What She Does To Me"

The Producers is a new wave and power pop band from Atlanta, Georgia in the 1980s. The
original line up included Van Temple on guitar and vocals, former Whiteface member Kyle
Henderson on bass and vocals, former Billy Joe Royal sideman "Wayne Famous" (Wayne McNatt)
on keyboards, and Bryan Holmes on drums. Originally formed as a Beatles cover band named
Cartoon, they changed musical directions and began performing their own material in nightclubs
around the Atlanta area. The response to their music was so good that they were quickly signed
to CBS subsidiary Portrait Records by producer Tom Werman, who had worked with Cheap Trick,
REO Speedwagon and Mother's Finest, among others.

They released two albums for the Portrait label, The Producers (1981) and You Make the Heat
(1982). The Producers became a regional favorite in the southeastern United States, propelling
"What She Does To Me" onto the national Billboard Magazine singles charts."What's He Got",
"Certain Kinda Girl", and "Who Do You Think You Are" had some popularity as music videos but
did not chart. They toured extensively opening for Cheap Trick, and The Motels. "She Sheila"
from their second album was a popular MTV video. They headlined MTV's New Year's Rockin Eve
in 1982.

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