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The Two Tons

About The Two Tons

Pound for pound, no other R&B group offered as much Soul-drenched fun as the Two Tons. Former Gospel belters Marsha Wash and Izora Rhodes changed their name to the Weather Girls and kept Disco on the charts in the '80s with a number of hits, including the era-defining "It's Raining Men." They remain active behind the scenes as session singers -- they were the real vocal talents behind a number of hits, including C + C Music Factory's 1991 hit "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)."

Listen toThe Two Tonson Rhapsody

Pound for pound, no other R&B group offered as much Soul-drenched fun as the Two Tons. Former Gospel belters Marsha Wash and Izora Rhodes changed their name to the Weather Girls and kept Disco on the charts in the '80s with a number of hits, including the era-defining "It's Raining Men." They remain active behind the scenes as session singers -- they were the real vocal talents behind a number of hits, including C + C Music Factory's 1991 hit "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)."

About The Two Tons

Pound for pound, no other R&B group offered as much Soul-drenched fun as the Two Tons. Former Gospel belters Marsha Wash and Izora Rhodes changed their name to the Weather Girls and kept Disco on the charts in the '80s with a number of hits, including the era-defining "It's Raining Men." They remain active behind the scenes as session singers -- they were the real vocal talents behind a number of hits, including C + C Music Factory's 1991 hit "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)."

About The Two Tons

Pound for pound, no other R&B group offered as much Soul-drenched fun as the Two Tons. Former Gospel belters Marsha Wash and Izora Rhodes changed their name to the Weather Girls and kept Disco on the charts in the '80s with a number of hits, including the era-defining "It's Raining Men." They remain active behind the scenes as session singers -- they were the real vocal talents behind a number of hits, including C + C Music Factory's 1991 hit "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)."