R&B singer from the New Orleans' music scene in the early days of doo wop and rhythm and blues. She made her recording debut in the mid-'40s and later enjoyed a string of hits including a cover version of "Since I Fell for You," created with the Paul Gayten band.
Anna Dolores King (1937 -2002). In her childhood she started singing in church. Through her teens and early twenties she was with various gospel groups. Her first recording and release was in 1961, "In Between Tears / So In Love With You". 1963 the gospel influenced, James Brown written, 'If Somebody Told You" reached both R&B and pop charts.
Marie “Queenie” Lyons is a mystery girl, a Southern enigma. Like a kind of black Bobbie Gentry, after just one album (“SOUL FEVER”) Queenie vanished. Following its 1970 release, she disappeared off the soul map forever, like a roman candle floating off into the warm Southern night.
Florence Glenda Ballard Chapman, nicknamed "Flo" or "Blondie", (June 30, 1943 – February 22, 1976) was an American singer, best known as the founder and original lead singer of Motown act The Supremes.