Otis Williams

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About Otis Williams

American soul singer best known for his time with the legendary Motown group The Temptations. He was the last surviving member of the group.

Early life

He was raised by both of his grandmothers and became interested in music when he was a teenager.

Trivia

He was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989.

Family of Otis Williams

He was married to Josephine Rogers from 1961 to 1964, Ann Cain from 1967 to 1973, and Goldie Williams from 1983 to 1997. He has a son Otis Williams III, and a daughter, model Elan Carter.

Close associates of Otis Williams

He was briefly engaged to singer Patti LaBelle .

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Brenton Wood

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About Brenton Wood

Soul and R&B legend known for the hit singles “The Oogum Boogum Song” and “Gimme Little Sign.”

Early life

He changed his name from Alfred Jesse Smith to Brenton Wood after he graduated high school.

Trivia

He did not own the rights to any of his songs; they are all owned by the Los Angeles disc jockey, Art Laboe.

Family of Brenton Wood

His father moved Wood from Lousiana to San Pedro California when he was a child.

Close associates of Brenton Wood

He was heavily inspired by the music of Sam Cooke.

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Macy Gray

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About Macy Gray

Grammy Award-nominated soul singer and occasional actor, known internationally for her song “I Try” from the album On How Life Is.

Early life

She used to not care for her own voice and intended to write songs for others, partnering up with Joe Solo before getting signed to Atlantic Records.

Trivia

She sold nine million albums worldwide between her first two albums, On How Life Is in 1999 and The Id in 2001.

Family of Macy Gray

She was married to Tracey Hinds from 1996 to 1998. She has three children named Aanisah, Tahmel, and Happy.

Close associates of Macy Gray

She was signed to will.i.am’s record label from 2006 to 2008.

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John Newman

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About John Newman

Soul and pop singer best known for his chart topping single “Love Me Again,” which was released as part of his debut album Tribute. He was nominated for Best British Male at the 2014 BRIT Awards.

Early life

When he was 20, he moved to London, where he started his first band and was subsequently signed by Island Records.

Trivia

He was featured on two Rudimental songs including “Not Giving In” and “Feel the Love,” the latter of which peaked at #1 on the UK Singles Chart.

Family of John Newman

He grew up with his older brother James and single mother after his alcoholic father left the family when he was six.

Close associates of John Newman

In 2013, he appeared on Jools Holland’s Hottenanny and Holland’s Rhythm and Blues Orchestra.

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Koryn Hawthorne

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About Koryn Hawthorne

American soul singer who finished in fourth place on season 8 of NBC’s The Voice as a member of Team Pharrell.

Early life

She was part of an organization called Louisiana Kids where she would sing at local nursing homes and charity events. She had a part-time job at the pizza shot Little Caesars.

Trivia

Born in Abbeville, Louisiana, the Abbeville mayor Mark Piazza declared May 6, 2015 Koryn Hawthorne Day in Abbeville and presented Hawthorne with a key to the city.

Family of Koryn Hawthorne

She was born to parents Summers and Corey Hawthorne.

Close associates of Koryn Hawthorne

She initially joined Team Christina Aguilera before Pharrell stole her during the knockout rounds.

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Tamia Hill

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About Tamia Hill

Soul and hip hop artist who scored #1 R&B hits with “Spend My Life with You” and “Into You.” She has been nominated for multiple Grammy and Juno Awards.

Early life

She performed in her church’s choir beginning at the age of six. She started recording her first album in 1995.

Trivia

She released four consecutive gold-certified albums between 1998 and 2004: Tamina, A Nu Day, More, and Between Friends.

Family of Tamia Hill

She married NBA star Grant Hill in July 1999; the couple had two daughters named Myla and Lael.

Close associates of Tamia Hill

She featured Jermaine Dupri on her 1998 single, “Imagination.”

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