Bobby Hutton

April 27, 2019

Harold ‘Bobby’ Hutton began singing at the age of five. His professional career began In Detroit, Michigan after he won a talent show at the 20 Grand club and was invited to Motown by Mickey Stevenson where he was paired as a songwriter with Raynoma Gordy, however things didn’t go to plan and success came from a different city – Chicago

Here Bobby recounts his life in music and looks forward to his forthcoming live performance at the 4th Benidorm International Soul Fiesta


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