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Still had the same sound. People were dancing and all ages were there. If you remember them from back in the day, you won't be disappointed. The concert was awesome.
Started late and wasnt long enough. Awesome show. Loved their clothes. Daper as ever. We had great seats. Would love to see them again and bring more people with me. See all videos 1. See all photos 6. See all posters 7. The Spinners with Thelma Houston. See all past concerts This event has been added to your Plans. Get your tour dates seen by one billion fans: Sign up as an artist. The Spinners On tour: yes The Spinners is not playing near you.
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Read more Report as inappropriate. Would love to see them again and bring more people with me Report as inappropriate. Philippe Soul Wynne b. April 3, , Detroit, MI; d. August 9, , Indianapolis, IN; d. May 17, , New Orleans, LA; d. April 10, , Detroit, MI; d. March 16, , Orlando, FL : vocals tenor. Often called the Detroit Spinners or the Motown Spinners in the UK so as to distinguish the group from a Liverpool folk group with the same name , the quintet began way back in as a high-school doo-wop group called the Domingoes.
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The follow-ups again stalled, however, and in , the group signed with Atlantic and recruited new lead tenor Phillipe Wynn. Disco didn't damage the careers of the Spinners nearly as much as it did many soul groups -- but Wynne's departure for a solo career in did derail them somewhat. Hooking up with disco producer Michael Zager, they scored two comebacks in by pairing up oldies like "Cupid" and "Working My Way Back to You" in medleys with Zager compositions.
Wynne died of a heart attack in and Henderson who'd sued the band in over financial disputes passed on from diabetes complications in ; the last original member, Fambrough, now tours with former Delfonic Frank Washington on lead. Movies and TV The group got their TV break in the most unlikely of places, debuting in on the musical variety show "Hullabaloo"; the entire group appeared as a gospel choir in the notorious basketball comedy flop The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh.
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