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Lou Rawls

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Born in Chicago, Lou Rawls cut his teeth singing gospel with groups like the Teenage Kings of Harmony, the Holy Wonders, the Soul Stirrers and the Pilgrim Travelers. As a young man, he served in the Army for several years, then made a bee-line for Los Angeles, where he turned his attention to pop music.

He signed with Capitol Records in 1961, and shortly afterwards was singing backup for Sam Cooke on "Bring it on Home." Soon after, Rawls began hitting the pop singles charts on his own, with songs such as "Love is a Hurting Thing," "Your Good Thing is About to End" and "A Natural Man." Rawls had his first million-selling record in 76 with "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine," and won his first Grammy the following year for the LP "Unmistakably Lou." In the late 70s he scored with "Let Me Be Good to You."

Lou Rawls continues to woo audiences with his silky smooth style

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