Journeyman Southern soul singer Wilson Meadows started out as a member of the doo wop group the Zircons, who released several singles in the late '60s. After parting ways with the Zircons, he began performing with his siblings as the Meadows Brothers, who charted in 1977 with the hit "I Can't Understand." In the '90s, Meadows began releasing albums under his own name, including Memories in 1997, Dealing Real in 2000, Choices in 2002, Back to Basics in 2004, and Love Bomb in 2006. ~ Matt CollarPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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