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David Hughes

b. 11 Oct 1929, Birmingham, Britain, d. 19 Oct 1972. A ballad vocalist with an excellent tenor tone of voice, who had achievement in the favorite field in the united kingdom through the 50s and early 60s, before he continued to become celebrity in opera. After their studies at the …

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Inez Andrews

Inez Andrews’ powerful contralto tone of voice was among gospel’s greatest since her times using the Caravans in the later ’50s. Andrews’ nickname, “Songbird,” was coined by Don Robey when he produced a gospel subsidiary label of his Backbeat/Peacock procedure. Andrews was one of the primary gospel performers he agreed …

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