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  4. The Masqueraders comprised of:

    Lee Hatim

    Robert Wrights II

    David Sanders

    Harold Thomas

    and Sammie Hutchins.

    Albums:

    Everybody Wanna Love On…

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  7. Soul singing Steve Mancha was born Clyde Darnell Wilson on Christmas, 1945 in Walhall, SC. He only lived in God's country five years before the…

  8. Homer Banks
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    Homer Banks (August 2, 1941 – April 3, 2003) was an African-American…

  9. Chicago, Illinois, United States (1958-1973, 1999)

    The Artistics were an American R&B vocal group in the 1960s and early 1970s. Their biggest hit was…

  10. Pat Lewis was born in Johnstown, Pennsylvania and moved to Detroit, Michigan in 1951. In the early 60s, Pat and her sisters formed the group The…

  11. The Showstoppers were a four-piece vocal soul group from Philadelphia, their line-up including Alex and Laddie, younger brothers of Solomon Burke.…

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  13. Little Jerry Williams was a soul singer in the 60's whose stage moniker later changed to Swamp Dogg by the early 70's when he experimented with…

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  15. Fred Hughes is an R&B singer. He was born in Arkansas, but moved to Compton, California. He first recorded while a student at Compton High School…

  16. The Cooperettes are four sisters raised in Philadelphia, Pa. Their names are Janette, Debbie, Tina and Angie. They started singing in church in…

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  19. A relatively obscure American R & B performer, Wade Flemons (September 25 1940, in Coffeyville, Kansas - October 13th 1993, Battle Creek, Michigan)…

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