ADC: Aid for Dependant Children.
Nine-member funk and soul aggregation.
Evolution of Black Nasty or Nazty.
Co-led by Kaiya Matthews and Michael Judkins, the ADC Band recorded for Cotillion in the late '70s and early '80s.
At their best, the cuts utilized the funk touches of Parliament/Funkadelic and Slave.
The biggest hit was "Long Stroke," (1978) which made it to No.6 on the R&B charts.
Their "Renaissance" (1980) and "Brother Luck" (1981 albums were produced by their fellow group Mass Production.