Canadian jazz, gospel, and R&B singer Billy Newton-Davis was created in Cleveland, OH, in 1951. He started his profession in music like a vocalist in local spirit music group the Illusions, ultimately relocating to NEW YORK as a vocalist and dancer on Broadway. Newton-Davis relocated to Ontario in 1981, where he spent amount of time in Toronto cabaret and different nightclubs before liberating his debut recording, Love Is usually a Get in touch with Sport, in 1986. That same 12 months, he received Juno honours for Greatest R&B/Soul Documenting and for some Promising Man Vocalist. Released in 1989, Spellbound also received a Juno and offered Newton-Davis along with his biggest graph achievement with “I CANNOT Consider It” and “Can’t Live with You,” the second option a duet with Celine Dion. He became a member of well-known a cappella group the Nylons for 1992’s Live to Like, where he remained until departing in 1994 to continue his solo profession.