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  2. Magic Lady was the brainchild of singer / songwriter Linda Stokes, wife of Michael Stokes.

    The all-girl group first signed to Arista for 'Magic Lady'…

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  6. Los Angeles singer Alfie Silas' highest charting single was "There I Go," a 1982 Top 30 R&B hit. Silas grew up singing in church and later sang in…

  7. Klique was an American rnb trio, consisting of Howard Huntsberry, Isaac Suthers and his sister, Deborah Hunter. They released four albums,…

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  12. Brandi Wells (May 13, 1955 – March 25, 2003) was an American R&B singer from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

    Born Marguerite J. Pinder in Chester, PA…

  13. L.J. Reynolds (real name Larry James Reynolds) was born in Saginaw, Michigan, on Jan 27 1952.
    He was a member of the groups The Relations, …

  14. Sherrick (July 6, 1957 – January 22, 1999) was an American soul musician.

    He was born F Lamonte-Smith; or Lamotte Smith in 1957 in Sacramento,…

  15. Marc Sadane was born in Savannah, Georgia.

    He trained his vocal skills singing in the local church and became musical director for his local choir…

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  18. Ingram was a group of talented musicians consisting of siblings from Camden NJ. Their popularity in the New Jersey and Philadelphia areas began in…

  19. Lillo Thomas was a soul artist of the 1980s. His most famous song was "Sexy girl" (1987). Prior to his recording career he was on the US track…

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