Florence Glenda Ballard
Florence was an R&B singer and founding member of The Supremes along with Mary Wilson and Diana Ross. On February 22, 1976, Florence died at the age of 32 due to substance abuse.
William Edgar “Little Willie” John
In 1955, he had his hit with “All Around the World” which reached #5 on the R&B Chart, and #6 on the Pop Chart. The next year he recorded “Fever” which hit #1 on the R&B chart for 5 weeks. The song was later recorded by Peggy Lee.
Terome “T-bone” Hannon
Terome was a producer and bass player that had been touring with Jewel’s live band for 3 years at the time of his death on September 4, 2003.
Philippe was a member of the Pacesetters, and James Brown’s group, the JB’s, before joining the Detroit Spinners in 1970, as their lead singer.
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