38 Warren St. in Roxbury’s Dudley Square was directly across from Dudley Station when the elevated train station still existed in Boston. It was in close proximity to Whittier Street/Madison Park Village, Orchard Park Projects, the Timilty Middle School, Madison Park High & the heart of Black life in Boston. Roscoe’s Lounge was where Roscoe Gorham gave many of Boston’s Soul/R&B & Funk acts their start. This list includes but isn’t limited to The Energetics, Jonzun Crew, Prince Charles & The City Beat Band, New Edition, Margo Thunder & Intrigue (9.9), Larry Woo, Tony Rose, Gordon “Megabucks” Worthy, Slyck, Planet Patrol, Dwayne Omarr, Picture Perfect, NYNUK (NKOTB), etc. all either performed here or competed in Maurice Starr’s Hollywood Talent Nights competition on their way to recording contracts and wider success. More than that? They all remain #BostonLegends. The city needs to place a plaque on this damb Rent A Center and put some respect on Roscoe Gorham’s name. Rest in eternal peace to one of the most important figures in modern Boston music history.