Sly played most of the instruments on record himself; he maintained a band to support him for live shows. Ken Roberts became the group's promoter, and later their general manager, when other representatives would not work with the band because of their erratic attendance. However, the Grammy Award show's producers were worried that Sly Stone, who missed some of the rehearsals and belatedly arrived for others, would miss the show. Sly recruited the teenagers directly out of high school to become Little Sister , Sly and the Family Stone's background vocalists. Sly Stone ultimately discovered that his utopia had a ghetto, and he brilliantly tore the whole thing down on There's a Riot Goin' On, which does not refute the joy of his earlier music. One of Sylvester's high school musical groups was a doo-wop act called The Viscaynes. Despite a lack of formal training, Chambers has become well known for his technique and speed, especially his fast hands and triplets on the bass drum. Their bios below list what content is included in each DC4 edition. A post-concert brawl broke out between the Graham and Sly entourages; Bubba Banks and Eddie Chin, having heard that Larry had hired a hit man to kill Sly, assaulted Graham's associates. The list is incomplete because no other drummer in the last three decades has seen the interior of a recording studio as often as he has. He was replaced with a succession of drummers until Sly settled on Gerry Gibson, who only remained with the band for a year before being replaced by Andy Newmark in Epic Records' version of the tribute album with two additional covers: Riot can be classified as avant-soul only after being recognized as a soul nightmare—the 'nightmare', so to speak, being a reflection of an unfortunate and uncompromised reality, not a glossed-over pop-music approximation of reality. Caucasians Gregg Errico and Jerry Martini were members of the band at a time when integrated performance bands were virtually unknown; integration had only recently become enforced by law.