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ADY CRAMPTON CHATS TO THE STARS

G. C. Cameron

November 19, 2019

‘G’ as he likes to be known, is credited with having six different voices.  He’s perhaps best known as the lead singer of The Spinners on their 1970 hit It’s A Shame and for his modern soul favourites Strong Love and You’re What’s Missing In My Life.

Here ‘G’ chats about his career in music, a forthcoming autobiography and his planned 2020 UK dates including his appearance at Blackpool International Soul Festival next June.

You can hear our chat here:

 

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