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A Journey in music with THE WHISPERS on new music single

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The Whispers began their legendary career in 1964 when they first organized at Jordan High School in Watts, California producing a string of hits continuing over  the last five decades such as “Seems Like I Gotta Do Wrong,” “And the Beat Goes On,” “Rock Steady,”  “A Song For Donny,” and “Lady.” They emerged as the leading romantic singers of their generation, racking up one gold album after another and charting 46 Billboard hits.  They are arguably the most celebrated R&B balladeers of their generation.  They are the first group to be signed to Soul Train Records and earned most of their greatest hits with Solar Records. The group has not made any personnel changes since 1973 when Leaveil Degree replaced Gordy Harmon;  they still consist of Walter Scott, Wallace “Scotty” Scott, and Leaveil Degree. The passing of Nicholas Caldwell in 2016 left them as a trio, but still stellar and powerful in their stage presence. The Whispers have always been at the forefront of promoting and inspiring social change with such hits as “Seems Like I Gotta Do Wrong,” “Help Them See the Light,” and “Olivia.” It’s no surprise that in 2020, Walter, Scotty and Leaveil ask the question: “HOW LONG” in their latest single about social unrest. In the annals of R&B history, the Whispers have earned a solid and memorable position as one of the world’s
longest-running vocals groups. As one of the premier R&B groups to ever grace the stage, their musical success can be attributed to a careful  balance of  soul, disco, jazz, and pop to the delight of millions of fans. RADIO CALL-IN 657 383 0771



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